Software Testing  @ Thinking Hut

No solution or product can ever be marked as complete until it is tested thoroughly. Testing is the art of assessing what the product actually does as against what was it expected to do. Testing helps to evaluate the quality of the product developed. We, at Thinking Hut, provide testing services while a product is in the making as well as after it is built. The purpose of the testing procedure is to demonstrate that a product or product component operates, complies and fulfills its requirements and intended use when placed in its intended environment.

Automation   Testing

We have experience of the following technologies in Test Automation 
  • Experience in Selenium Webdriver 2.0, UFT (QTP) and JMeter
  • Development & maintenance of Data Driven, Hybrid and Keyword Driven Automation Framework
  • Experience in JUnit, NUnit and TestNG Testing frameworks
  • Good Experience in writing complex business scenarios in Java, VB Script, JavaScript
  • Performance Testing tools- JMeter
  • WebServices/API Testing – SoupUI 

Manual   Testing

Manual testing is the process of testing the software manually to find the defects. A tester should have the perspective of an end user and to ensure all the features are working as expected.
  • Understanding & Analyzing the Clients Business Requirements and filling the gap
  • Development of Test Plan, Test Strategy documents
  • Writing Test Scenarios, Use Cases, Test Cases, Test flow
  • Tracking and monitoring of each defect as per Defect life cycle and make sure it gets closed
  • Creating various test results reports like Weekly Status report, Monthly Status Reports for Stakeholders
  • Core QA team which works independently from the development team
  • Ability to deliver Quality products
  • Defect Reporting Tools like Bugzilla, JIRA, FogBugz and ClearQuest

Expertise in performing following testing types

  • Functional Testing
  • System Testing
  • Integration Testing
  • Regression Testing
  • Individual Module Testing
  • Security Testing
  • Performance Testing
  • Smoke/Sanity Testing
  • Acceptance Testing