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How to ensure that a Risk-based Testing strategy is implemented correctly?

Vladimir Simonovski

What is Risk-based Testing? As the name suggests, Risk-based Testing is a form of software testing that is based on risks. Since the risk is a potentially negative outcome of a functionality, Risk-based Testing covers the one with a higher chance of failure. Risk-based Testing must be defined at the earliest stages possible when customer requirements are defined in order to reduce the potential number of errors in the later stages of development and to guide further planning, implementation, and…

Recall the concepts of test pyramid & testing quadrants and assessing the quality risk in agile projects

Vladimir Simonovski

The agile approach is often the chosen method one team is following in order to complete a project. Regardless of the chosen framework like XP, SCRUM or Kanban the organizations will need to accommodate their work to correctly implement all the practices and instruments that come with those frameworks. Teams can implement various techniques and practices to produce quality results. Starting from writing tests in advance to develop the software, focus on requirement analysis in an early risk analysis meeting,…