Posts Tagged ‘testworthy’

fast and frugal tree for test triage Rikard Edgren 7 Comments

There are situations when you have to choose to run a test or not. Some organizations quantifies properties like time, risk and get a prioritized list. Most probably just use their intuition, but if that’s not enough, or you want to explain and share the reasoning, you can try using a fast and frugal tree […]

Testworthy Rikard Edgren 8 Comments

I have had some problems with the notion of Risk-Based Testing. I mean, aren’t all testing based on risk in some sense, making the term redundant? When using risk techniques, you come up with a list of areas to investigate first or most. But what about those items that are extremely rare, but with very […]