Posts By: Allen

Testing to Pass vs. Testing to Fail

What is testing to pass? Testing to pass is an approach to QA whereby an application or website is tested in lock-step using specific user-flow instructions.  An example might be: Press button A, then press button B, then press the Submit button. Testing to pass is typically used when an application or a website is either… Read more »

What is Ad Hoc QA?

The misconception in software testing is that ad hoc QA basically involves a tester randomly clicking around a website or application in the hopes of finding a defect. This could not be further from the truth. Ad hoc testing may be the flip-side to pure test case driven QA but it is just as important… Read more »