Guidelines for creating a testing process for a software - case study of comparing testing of two different size of slot game projects

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Perustieteiden korkeakoulu | Master's thesis
Date
2019-06-17
Department
Major/Subject
Mobile Computing, Services and Security (Major)
Mcode
SCI3045
Degree programme
Master’s Programme in Computer, Communication and Information Sciences
Language
en
Pages
93
Series
Abstract
Nowadays an important part of software development life cycle is software testing. As software and systems become more complex and integrated with other software and systems the importance of software testing becomes critical part of a successful software development process. Testing itself has a little value but for the software the testing is necessary. Well planned software testing can make mediocre software a great one whereas poorly executed testing can even harm the final product. Thus, it is important that there is well designed testing process for a software project. As every software project differ from each other the testing process can also vary from project to project. There are multiple levels, types and techniques of testing that can implemented to a testing process made for a certain software project. Creating an efficient and functional testing process can be a difficult task. In the case study of the paper it is concluded that two similar software projects of different size have multiple differences but do not force of creating two different testing process as both use the same kind development life cycle and both software projects are the same type, slot games. The major difference for testing is that as a major software project, compared to a minor one, has more requirements it is important to consider them in testing strategy and planning but not in the testing process.
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Supervisor
Ylä-Jääski, Antti
Thesis advisor
Hakulinen, Tuomo
Keywords
software testing, testing process, software development processes, testing types, testing levels, testing techniques
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