Testing Without a Formal Test Plan

“A formal test plan is a document that provides and records important information about a test project, for example: project and quality assumptions, proje

“A formal test plan is a document that provides and records important information about a test project, for example: project and quality assumptions, project background information, resources, schedule & timeline, entry and exit criteria, test milestones, tests to be performed, use cases and/or test cases. For a range of reasons — both good and bad — many software and web development projects don’t budget enough time for complete and comprehensive testing. A quality test team must be able to test a product or system quickly and constructively in order to provide some value to the project. This essay describes how to test a web site or application in the absence of a detailed test plan and facing short or unreasonable deadlines.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE