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Manual Testing is a fundamental software testing process where the software is tested manually without the help of automation tools. Manual testing ensures that the software implementation adheres to the requirement specification and design. Manual Testers write test cases to test the software by calling out the expected output and the actual output in a test case. The differences between the actual and expected outputs are tracked as Defects or Bugs.
Why should you learn this course?
- 100% automation is not possible and hence manual testing will never lose its charm despite automation testing being the new trend.
- Manual testing can be performed without the knowledge of any programming language.
- Manual testing is mandatory for every software project that is newly developed before automation testing kicks in.
- To be a successful automation test engineer the tester needs to be through with the concepts of Manual Testing.
Software Development Life Cycle Of Manual Testing
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Software Test Design Techniques
Software Test Life Cycle
Software Test Documents
Software Testing Quality Standards