Part 3 in the series on how wisely designed pairwise testing plans can help when faced with a combinatorial explosion (part 1, Combinatorial Explosions Explained (Software Testing Example), part 2, How Many Pairwise Tests Required (In the Face of Combinatorial Explosions)).
This webcast continuing from where, Combinatorial Explosions Explained (Software Testing Example), left off.
This video shows how well designed test plans can achieve full pairwise testing coverage with a very small number of tests. And as the total number of permutations increase exponentially as more parameters and parameter values are added properly designed test plans can provide full pairwise coverage with very few tests.
This is not possible for a person to manually do but using the right algorithms to create a test plans can provide amazing benefits.
Related: More Coverage, Fewer Tests™ – 84% of Software Defects Found in Production Could Have Been Found Using Pairwise Testing – Looking at the Empirical Evidence for Using Pairwise and Combinatorial Software Testing – How to Pack More Coverage Into Fewer Software Tests – How Do You Know You are Executing the Right software Tests?
This short video gives a quick overview of the Hexawise software as a service solution and a very high level overview of software testing with a focus on interactions between parameters/factors.
Learn more about pairwise and combinatorial software testing practices: Introducing the Hexawise Coverage Matrix! – How to Pack More Coverage Into Fewer Software Tests – Create a Risk-based Testing Plan With Extra Coverage on Higher Priority Areas
Do you have too many software tests to execute, and not enough time in which to execute them? Hexawise can help.