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I found this recent blog post on mnemonics in Testing.
It got me thinking about Mnemonics in Testing and how common they are.
For example one was RCRCRC, a mnemonic by Karen Johnson
It is for regression testing and describes Recent, Core, Risk, Configuration, Repaired, Chronic.
I am sure there are many more out there. Is there any that you use?
Had read about one for mobile testing: COP FLUNG GUN
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