Benchmark testing is where the quality of a product or service is tested to discover how well it conforms to a set of pre-established standards.
Non functional testing is where quality characteristics such as reliability, usability, efficiency, maintainability and portability are validated.
What is penetration testing? Penetration testing, also called ‘pen test,’ is a way to simulate an attack against a system to discover any vulnerabilities.
Vulnerability Assessment is a technique performed by security professionals to assess increases in risk, related to the security of your software system.
As a tester, how can you improve a website or product? Accessing real User Experience (UX) will show you where to improve efficiency and satisfaction level.
Learn about basic steps of writing a clear and easy to understand functional requirement along with an example of a real-time scenario.
Gray Box Testing is a software testing technique where only a partial knowledge of the internal structure of the application is required.
Do ‘Quality Assurance’ (QA) and ‘Quality Control’ (QC) mean the same? We give some background to how both terms arose and look closer at the difference between QA & QC.
Writing a software test plan? Here's some useful information on the structure and content, with examples for when you need to write your test plan contents.
What is a Test Plan in software testing and why do we need them. Is it worth spending the time creating test plans?