Paul Gerrard's blog

New Tutorial: Test Strategy in a Day

This tutorial suggests that rather than being a document, test strategy is a thought process. The outcome of the thinking might be a short or a long document, but most importantly, the strategy must address the needs of the participants inside the project as well as the customers of the product to be built. It needs to be appropriate to a short agile project or to a 1000 man-year development. It has to have the buy-in of stakeholders but most importantly, it must have value and be communicated.

Anti-Regression Approaches: Impact Analysis and Regression Testing Compared and Combined: Part III: Regression Testing

The third in a series of articles on Anti-Regression Approaches has been posted here: Part III: Regression Testing

Part I: Introduction & Impact Analysis can be found here.

Part II: Regression Prevention and Detection Using Static Techniques can be found here.

The next article will focus on Test Automation.

Anti-Regression Approaches - Part II: Regression Prevention and Detection Using Static Techniques

Anti-Regression Approaches: Impact Analysis and Regression Testing Compared/Combined - Part I: Introduction & Impact Analysis

I was asked by the Eurostar team to write up a series of articles on regression, impact analysis and regression testing. The first appears here: Part I: Introduction and Impact Analysis