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Test Activities and Tasks

April 23 2019 , Written by Harry Published on #TESTER

Test Activities and Tasks

A test process consists of the following main groups of activities:

  • Test planning
  • Test monitoring and control
  • Test analysis
  • Test design
  • Test implementation
  • Test execution
  • Test completion

  Each group of activities is composed of constituent activities, which will be described in the subsections below. Each activity within each group of activities in turn may consist of multiple individual tasks, which would vary from one project or release to another.

  Further, although many of these activity groups may appear logically sequential, they are often implemented iteratively. For example, Agile development involves small iterations of software design, build, and test that happen on a continuous basis, supported by on-going planning. So test activities are also happening on an iterative, continuous basis within this development approach. Even in sequential development, the stepped logical sequence of activities will involve overlap, combination, concurrency, or omission, so tailoring these main activities within the context of the system and the project is usually required.



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