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Four Goals of Testing Beyond Finding Defects

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Nishi Grover Garg. Are you testing with the sole purpose of finding defects? What if you don’t find any? Your testing should deliver more value than just finding bugs. Let’s examine the true goals of testing and aim at achieving all four of them for the quality benefits of our software. Gaining knowledge about defects  While there is more to testing than pinpointing bugs, finding defects and problems is the first instinctive goal. Looking for places where the functionality breaks or does not work as expected is key.  Testers can adopt a number of approaches, test ...
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