Use Case Testing


Many people think they intuitively know what and how to test. The truth is that anybody can conduct disorganized testing. Effective test case design can be intellectually challenging and even intriguing. While test case design is complicated by deadlines, incomplete information, and shifting requirements, it is also an opportunity to excel. This workshop addresses the question, how do I utilize use cases to develop an effective set of test cases? This article details small group instruction and real-life testing scenarios to answer that question.

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Ross Collard's picture Ross Collard

Ross Collard is a consultant who currently is working on software testing and quality assurance projects for AT&T, Cisco, GE, Lucent, and the State of California. He teaches software testing for UC Berkeley. Ross has an MS in computer science from the California Institute of Technology and an MBA from Stanford.

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