Check Your Subroutines - We are delivering our latest release to internal test today. Had a code review yesterday. Many issues were found. We are fixing the highest priority probl...
Test Report Formatting
The most important part for me is the steps. That is the meat of the test documentation. I often ponder what the best way to document your test steps is. Our testing team usually has generic steps that try to show the intent of what they are testing. I like to document very specific steps that anyone could follow if they read the document.
The problem with my technique is that it is hard to see the big picture of what those steps are accomplishing. Sure I could read the steps, and remember back what was in my mind. However I think the document should be readable to anyone else as well. Perhaps a combination of detailed steps with occsaional commentary to explain the big picture are in order.