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A Practical Guide to Testing Object-Oriented Software by David A. Sykes, John D. McGregor

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Planning Activities

Now we want to discuss the process of planning for testing. We will present a set of planning documents that are useful in organizing information such as specific test cases. We will relate these documents to how and when testing activities are scheduled.

These planning documents are working documents. After each increment, and sometimes after a specific iteration, these documents are reviewed and revised. Risks are updated as are priorities and schedules.

Scheduling Testing Activities

Class tests are scheduled at the discretion of a developer as they become useful or necessary. A class test is useful during coding when the developer wishes to identify missing features or verify the correctness of part of an implementation. ...

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