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A mnemonic for ordering software testing

A mnemonic for ordering software testing

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  • 1. SLIME TWST 2007 Adam Goucher [email_address]
  • 2.
    • Time is often the major constraint placed upon testers.
  • 3.
    • Risk is introduced any time the code is changed
  • 4.
    • The greater the change, the greater the risk
  • 5.
    • The greater the change, the greater the risk
    • of revealing an old problem
  • 6.
    • The greater the change, the greater the risk
    • of introducing a new problem
  • 7.
    • The greater the change, the greater the risk
    • of having to re-test
  • 8.
    • SLIME is an ordering of testing tasks
  • 9.
    • The more structural the fix, the earlier we test
  • 10.
    • The more structural the fix, the earlier we test
    • to avoid re-testing
  • 11.
    • Re-testing takes time
  • 12.
    • Time is constrained
  • 13.
    • SLIME is a mnemonic
  • 14.
    • S is for Security
  • 15.
    • S is for Security -
    • XSS
  • 16.
    • S is for Security -
    • SQL Injection
  • 17.
    • S is for Security -
    • cryptography libraries
  • 18.
    • S is for Security -
    • authentication
  • 19.
    • S is for Security -
    • authorization
  • 20.
    • S is for Security -
    • authorization
  • 21.
    • S is for Security -
    • configuration
  • 22.
    • S is for Security -
    • data storage
  • 23.
    • S is for Security -
    • privacy
  • 24.
    • L is for Languages
  • 25.
    • L is for Languages –
    • stored
  • 26.
    • L is for Languages –
    • retrieved
  • 27.
    • L is for Languages –
    • displayed
  • 28.
    • L is for Languages –
    • in english
  • 29.
    • L is for Languages –
    • en français
  • 30.
    • L is for Languages –
    • auf Deutsch
  • 31.
    • L is for Languages –
    • на русском языке
  • 32.
    • L is for Languages –
    • そして日本語で
  • 33.
    • I is for requIrements
  • 34.
    • I is for requIrements –
    • explicit
  • 35.
    • I is for requIrements –
    • what I expected
  • 36.
    • I is for requIrements –
    • what management expected
  • 37.
    • I is for requIrements –
    • what the customer expected
  • 38.
    • I is for requIrements –
    • what the customer wanted
  • 39.
    • I is for requIrements –
    • implicit
  • 40.
    • I is for requIrements –
    • adequate speed
  • 41.
    • I is for requIrements –
    • usable
  • 42.
    • I is for requIrements –
    • accessible
  • 43.
    • I is for requIrements –
    • convenient
  • 44.
    • M is for Measurement
  • 45.
    • M is for Measurement –
    • Load
  • 46.
    • M is for Measurement –
    • Stress
  • 47.
    • M is for Measurement –
    • Performance
  • 48.
    • M is for Measurement –
    • per minute
  • 49.
    • M is for Measurement –
    • per hour
  • 50.
    • M is for Measurement –
    • per day
  • 51.
    • M is for Measurement –
    • per week
  • 52.
    • M is for Measurement –
    • and is that okay?
  • 53.
    • E is for Existing
  • 54.
    • E is for Existing –
    • Does what worked last build still work?
  • 55.
    • E is for Existing –
    • Does what worked last week still work?
  • 56.
    • E is for Existing –
    • Does what worked last month still work?
  • 57.
    • E is for Existing –
    • Does what worked last release still work?
  • 58.
    • SLIME is a mnemonic
  • 59.
    • SLIME reduces schedule risk
  • 60. Adam Goucher [email_address]
  • 61. Spares
  • 62.
    • S ecurity
    • L anguages
    • requ I rements
    • M easurement
    • E xisting
  • 63.
    • L is for Languages –
    • i18n
  • 64.
    • L is for Languages –
    • l10n