Documentation testing - denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
  • 40 min

Project documentation is the data from which the product will be built. Requirements come from various sources and most often lack accuracy and brevity, and questions arise for inconsistency. After analytics, the formation of epics, user stories and tasks, documentation goes to review in each department development teams and finally testers. The scope of tasks includes assessing the completeness of requirements, relevance, feasibility, uniqueness, completeness and a whole range of requirements. How do you find ambiguity? How to assess the completeness of the requirements? How not to go beyond the nuclearity? How to do it efficiently and quickly? 


Our company has developed an approach that allows us to work with requirements at different levels of testing processes and do it equally effectively.

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