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Performance Testing Checklist Packet

We’ve pulled together the best tips and ideas from research and the community to bring together a series of 3 Performance Testing related checklists. The checklists are designed to trigger thoughts, discussions and actions. They are not a learning tool, more they are designed to help you ask questions about the projects you are working […]

Android Testing MindMap

Yay to more MindMaps! This one is on Android Testing, a great little cheat sheet to help you consider what testing should be covered on an Android website or app testing project. This one was contributed by Daniel Box, he is a HUAWGE Android geek since the release of the G1 back in 2008 (and claims […]

iOS Testing MindMap / Checklist

This MindMap on iOS Testing comes thanks to Nick and Bernard – thanks guys! Take this as an overview of iOS testing.  There really is so much more detail to go into and this is something that we struggled a bit with – an initial attempt at creating an iOS MindMap just made it balloon into […]

MindMap: Testing in Production

This week we have a MindMap on Testing in Production contributed by Seth Eliot – Senior Knowledge Engineer with Microsoft Test Excellence.  You might want to follow him on Twitter to – @setheliot. He did a great ‘Future of Testing’ series over at The Testing Planet, which partly included Testing in Production. I’ve personally been inspired by the […]

MindMap: Testing and Checking

The concept of Testing vs Checking was originally discussed and written about by Michael Bolton.  It’s hard to believe it was back 2009.  The topic seems to keep coming up in conversations, which is why I thought I’d attempt creating a MindMap on the topic. I’ve called it ‘Testing AND Checking’, instead of ‘Testing Vs […]

Test Planning – Mindmap

I remember in my early days of testing I was given the task of creating a test plan. I had little experience and the only guidance I got was being handed a word template to base the plan on.  Basically, I was expected to fill in the blanks.  I’m glad that’s behind me! The problem […]