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Abstract: During this 4th part of the 4 part series, you will learn how to report testing activity including defects remaining, likelihood of failure, and what has and has not been tested.
Part 4: Test Reporting
How to report testing activity including
defects remaining, likelihood of failure, and what has
and has not been tested.
This is the fourth in a series of four WEBinars.
You will learn about test reporting activity, which will show developers and
management the success of testing, defects remaining,
likelihood of failure, and what has and has not been
- test reporting activity
Including individual defects, defect groups and
types, graphical reports, and backlogs
- success of testing
Depicted to developers and managers, including
repeated themes and process errors
- defects remaining
Showing testing progress made and remaining,
defects found, corrected, and uncorrected
likelihood of failure
Based on number of critical, major, and minor
- what has and has not been tested
Knowing that whatever has not been tested has to
be certified as not working.
Conducted Wed. July 6, 2011
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