Use Test Trees To Get An Overview Of The Test Work

Anne Mette Hass

NNIT

Most testers have experience in the use of the classic test case design techniques to get inspiration for what we can test for a system or a part of a system, a so-called feature set or test-area.  A feature set could be one or more user interfaces with underlying functionality or an internal component. But if the feature set is complicated and/or voluminous, then it can be difficult to get on overview of what you could test, and hence also difficult to decide what you are going to test to get an acceptable test coverage. Based on actual user interfaces…....

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Anne Mette has worked in software testing for over 30 years. She is interested in the technical aspect of testing as well as in the human aspect; after all, testers are people, people are different, and differences should be understood and respected. Anne Mette has written the book “Guide to Advanced Software Testing” and taught ISTQB Foundation and Advanced Test Manager and Advanced Analyst numerous times. She has spoken at many conferences over most of the world and is fluent in English even though it is not her mother tongue.


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