One common question on software development teams is “When should we stop testing?” But recently, I was asked a different question: How much testing is enough?
You wouldn't drive a car by relying only on the speedometer and fuel gauge. So why would you run your software testing this way? Maybe it's time to rethink the way that you're using metrics.
Over the years, I've heard many, many software testers insist their management expected them to "automate everything." In some ways it seems perfectly reasonable. But does this approach to test...
We can validate whether a product is working as expected, but testing has to stop at some point so the product can be released. Here are six questions to help decide that it's time to stop testing.
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