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    How time you took to prepare review, case design, execution, reporting...

    If you are with the project for six months, can you categorize, how much of time you are being into reviews, cases design, execution, reporting. Can you tell me in days wise, that i had been into preparing cases for 15 days & execution on 60 days...like that.

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    Prasad.Gandra

    NOTE : [This question was asked by Prasad.Gandra, I am posting it in proper forum]


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    Re: How time you took to prepare review, case design, execution, reporting...

    Actually it depends on development life cycle used in your company and which process you follow during development.

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    Brijesh Jain
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    Smile Re: How time you took to prepare review, case design, execution, reporting...

    hi
    this depends upon the kind of testing methodologies your company adopts
    for testing - STLC (Software Testing Life Cycle) and the phases and rounds of testing you people carry out before delivering the product for release
    but if you are planning for some interview then please send me the details of the project you did....i can make a guess that how your uplines would have planned and strategise the efforts for carrying out testing


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    Re: How time you took to prepare review, case design, execution, reporting...

    I strongly agree with jainbrijesh & aardvax.

    I think it also depends on the size of the project.

    Lack of WILL POWER has caused more failure than
    lack of INTELLIGENCE or ABILITY.

    -sutnarcha-

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