Exploratory Testing

Sometimes referred to as ad hoc testing, exploratory testing is done by performing test design and execution at the same time.

How we do it

  • Obtain general information about the application under test, such as data entry fields, application purpose, expected use, etc.
  • Design a soft outline of areas to be tested
  • Coordinate a plan with the number of testers vs. areas under test
  • Perform exploratory testing for a defined period of time
  • Log and report defects

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Benefits to a Customer

  • Adds an additional layer of testing
  • Can cover areas sometimes missed by scripted testing
  • Provides a higher quality product

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