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Eusebiu Blindu - Testing seen through a puzzle

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Presentation for http://czechtest.com/programme

See details here http://www.testalways.com/2012/03/03/czech-test-in-prague/

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• This is the theme of the presentation
• Outlines of the presentation: Puzzles split in micro and macroMicro are puzzles who deal with “simple” situations – usually functional Macro are puzzles that represent testing from the “how we manage testing” taking in consideration the needs of a project
• Outlines of the presentation: Puzzles split in micro and macroMicro are puzzles who deal with “simple” situations – usually functional Macro are puzzles that represent testing from the “how we manage testing” taking in consideration the needs of a project
• Maybe ask audience to find their own conclusions
• Eusebiu Blindu - Testing seen through a puzzle

1. 1. Testing is like solving puzzles
2. 2. Puzzle "...In a basic puzzle, one is intended to put togetherpieces in a logical way in order to come up with thedesired solution..." -(wikipedia)Testing"investigating a product with the purpose of gettinguseful information that is relevant to stakeholders" "put together pieces" ~ "investigating"
3. 3. Examples of "testing puzzles": Find a bug
4. 4. Examples of "testing puzzles":Find the reproducing steps/patterns of a bug
5. 5. Examples of "testing puzzles":Hack an application ( ex: upload a message/picture to a normally unauthorized part of a website)
6. 6. Examples of "testing puzzles": Prove that all known expected behaviors of theapplication are met
7. 7. Examples of "testing puzzles":Find the most efficient way to cover the application from thetesting perspective based on time, priorities and risk
8. 8. Puzzles Macro-puzzlesMicro-puzzles
9. 9. Micro -puzzles
10. 10. Find an input that is not a primenumber, but the application isvalidating it as being prime ~5 min
11. 11. It looks like testing andIt looks like solving a puzzle
12. 12. Puzzles:1)try to reproduce2)find the pattern
13. 13. Patterns
14. 14. Go to http://www.testalways.com/3 Puzzle: List all the relationships that you can findbetween entered input and generated image
15. 15. Click on slide to go to video demo
16. 16. Click slide to go to video demo
17. 17. Macro -puzzles
18. 18. Multiple possible analogies for hidden image puzzle: bugs that were found for a defined area of a product
19. 19. Multiple possible analogies for hidden image puzzle: bugs that were found for the whole project
20. 20. Multiple possible analogies for hidden image puzzle: bugs that were found by testers relative to all the bugs and issues reported eventually (including developers, users, clients etc)
21. 21. Puzzles Macro-puzzlesMicro-puzzles
22. 22. Conclusions:
23. 23. References:Concept:James Bach – http://satisfice.com – dice gameExercises:Markus Gärtner - http://www.testing-challenges.org/Environments:Ajay Balamurugadas –http://weekendtesting.com
24. 24. Feedbackhttp://www.testalways.com/feedbackor eusebiu.blindu@testalways.com