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Difference between Defect, Error, Bug, Failure, and Fault

Difference between Defect, Error, Bug, Failure, and Fault

In this brief testing tutorial, we’ll describe the difference between Defect, Error, Bug, Failure, and Fault. Software testing lays down the mechanism for finding defects in an application, product or system. A Defect is a deviation between the actual and expected outcomes. A mistake in the source code indicates Error. The error uncovered by a tester becomes a Defect. The …
Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC)

Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC) – A Guide for Beginners

This Software testing tutorial will help you understand the Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC) in simple and easy steps. It is an essential topic that every software testing professional must know. What is STLC? STLC Phases 1. Requirement Analysis 2. Test Planning 3. Test Case Development 4. Test Environment Setup 5. Test Execution 6. Test Cycle Closure Software Testing Life …
Testing types - What are Different Type of Testing

Software Testing Types – What are Different Type of Testing?

Do you wish to learn about the different type of testing? It’s a question that comes up in the mind of every Software tester. Hence, in this post, we’ve described all possible testing types. Majority of Software testers are mostly aware of functional testing, automation testing, nonfunctional, acceptance or Agile testing. But it’s a fact that there are many other …
User Acceptance Testing

What is User Acceptance Testing, Why is it required, and How to do it?

What is User Acceptance Testing? User acceptance testing or UAT is a type of validation which ensures that the product or the solution works for the user and meets all his/her requirements. It is usually the last step in the Software testing process. And the real Software users carry out this activity to certify whether the product has allĀ intended functionality …