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Week 41, Posted Monday 10/14/2019

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Weekly Tester Lesson

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Week 41, Posted Monday 10/14/2019

Content changes every Monday @ 1AM!! Check back once per week. Learn! Review! Test Yourself!

FAQ of the Week
Question: What is the difference between quality control and quality assurance?

Answer: Qulity assurance is a process in which you compare the deliverable to the requirements to verify the deliverable meets the need. Quality control is a process employed to ensure a certain level of quality. Prestwood Software Development Process is an example of a process used in quality control to ensure a certain level of quality.
Tip of the Week
Tip:

Test each feature three times. Sometimes errors in logic don’t show up until the second or even the third time through a sequence of events.

Definition of the Week
Regression Testing:  Retesting previously fixed defects or rerunning test scripts that previously passed.

Retesting previously fixed defects or rerunning test scripts that previously passed. Regression tests are performed on a previously verified program whenever it is extended or corrected. In other words, you test all the defects that were fixed or you re-run a set of test scripts. This step guarantees that previously identified defects do not reappear in the program.

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File of the Week

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Tip: Test Using Common Browsers
Test each website with various common browsers. As of early 2008, we test each website we build with Internet Explorer, FireFox, and Safari. Sometimes we also include Opera as part of our standard test suite. The minimum resolution we test for "regular" websites is 1024x768 (and higher). We no longer support 800x600.

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