Black box testing techniques, also known as a type of behavioral testing, looks at the inputs and outputs of the software under test but does not examine the internal workings of the product. Explore top strategies, terminology and methods to guide beginning-intermediate testers.
Director of Quality & Process, Trainer & Godmother
As QA Practice Manager Jeni is responsible managing, training and hiring Quality Assurance specialists in MentorMate. Always using the newest and best Quality Assurance methods to develop the knowledge and skills of the QA team and improve the company QA process. She has implemented a successful training program for more than 20 QA interns and has participated in over 30 unique projects working both with Bulgarian and US specialists simultaneously.
She thinks “out of the box” and from an early age she intentionally started trying to find logical holes in the PC games she played. Now she continues to do this as a hobby, she likes to say “I have never played a game in which I was unable to notice countless bugs.”
Defects in software can cost millions, cause entire businesses to fail or even ruin someone’s life, so Jeni makes sure to use the best methods in order to achieve high quality and user friendly software for MentorMate clients.
Entries by Jeni Kyuchukova
Automation tools allow software teams the ability to create repeatable test scenarios that can be executed as often as needed to drive software quality up and manual labor down. We review the 11+ top options and share a list of questions you can use to decide.
Selecting a software testing strategy and reading a choose your own adventure novel are one in the same. Why? Specific factors determine the route taken. There are options for the speed demons and the risk-averse. We explore.
Prioritizing QA is one of the biggest differentiators of leading software. To take your usability to the next level, use these six strategies.