If you need to build a test strategy for a project, this paper will offer ideas on how to get started by providing an in-depth look at what elements a strategy might include as well as how to solicit ideas from other leads and members of your project team. Practical recent experiences on building test strategies will be shared and explored.Learn how to brainstorm, build, and implement a test strategy including elements such as:
Learn how to update your strategy throughout the project and to discuss and gain input and acceptance throughout your organization.
Karen N. Johnson is a software testing consultant in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Karen views software testing as an intellectual challenge and believes in the context-driven school of testing. She has extensive experience in software testing and test management. Karen frequently speaks at software testing conferences. She has presented at STPCon, CAST, PNSQ, StarEast, and StarWest. Sheâ€™s also presented at several local quality group meetings such as IQAA, CQAA, and NOSQAA. She publishes articles on software testing and has been published in Better Software, InformIT and StickyMinds.com. Karen is an executive board member for the Association for Software Testing (AST). She is program co-chair for CAST 2008, the Conference for the Association for Software Testing. Karen is a hosted software testing expert on Tech Targetâ€™s website, searchsoftwarequality.com.
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