Manual Testing | Glossary

Definition

Manual Testing is a process by which bugs and defects can be found out in a software program module, during development. The Tester plays a prominent role of the ‘end user’ in this method, and verifies the applicability of all the features, and their correct functioning. The Test Cases are manually executed, without the help of any Automation tools.

The differences that arise between actual results, and those desired are treated as defects. Those are then fixed by the developers of the Application. The Tester then retests the defects to ensure that they are fixed. The final goal is to ensure that the Application is error free and works to an optimum quality towards the customer’s satisfaction.

Further Reading

  •  “Software Testing Second Edition SAMS”(book), by Pattton.

Practices for Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Large, Multisite, and Offshore Product Development with Large-Scale Scrum | Book Series

Overview: The book is drawn from the author’s long experience in leading and guiding lean and agile adoptions for large, multisite, and offshore product development. The author is an internationally recognized consultant and best-selling author, Craig Larman and former leader of the agile transformation at Nokia Networks Bas Vodde share the key action tools needed for success.

The Topics include:

  • Frameworks for multi-level handling product groups
  • Testing and building quality in Product Management
  • End-to-end of contract game
  • R&D and business goals
  • Release plan for large teams
  • Continuous integration in large and multiple-level context

Authors:

Craig Larman, Bas Vodde

Published In:

2010