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Envelope Structure Management Best Practice By Gabriel Rodriguez

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Agenda Folder Structure for Software Testers Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads Q&A Reference

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Folder Structure for Software Testers

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Folder Structure for Software Testers The accompanying organizer structure depends on the testing life cycle forms. There are a considerable measure of advantages in sorting out your information utilizing this structure Files will be put away methodicallly Files will be anything but difficult to discover Historical information for future undertakings Work proof of your assignments This envelope structure can be custom fitted to address your issues. (Take note of: This best practice depends on a true situation, ONYX is the name of the venture so make a point to modify this best practice to your own venture.

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Folder Structure for Software Testers Folder structure case

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Folder Structure for Software Testers Description of the envelope structure: Nemesis Shared Folder Every colleague at Onyx must have a mutual organizer in \\Nemesis\General\ Onyx Project The envelope structure delineates a few undertakings (i.e., Washpad, Dragnet, Stardust… ) You can begin making organizers for each venture you have taken an interest

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Folder Structure for Software Testers Description of the envelope structure: Testing Life Cycle Folder Structure This is the prescribed structure to store all your verifiable information, the structure is made out of the accompanying testing life cycle forms: (1) Risk Analysis (2) Planning Process (3) Test Design (4) Performing Test (5) Defect Tracking and Management (6) Quantitative Measurement (7) Test Reporting

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Folder Structure for Software Testers Description of the organizer structure: Additions to the organizer structure This is the prescribed structure to store every one of your increments amid your day by day exercises, recall that you can simply tailor this area to address your issues: (i) SDLC Documentation (ii) Peer Review Notes (iii) QA Meeting Notes (iv) Project Meeting Notes (v) Testing Literature (vi) Templates (..) …

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Folder Structure for Software Testers This is a short portrayal of the kind of information that you can store in every organizer: (1) Risk Analysis Store Risk Matrix Store any Risk record identified with testing The accompanying archives can be put away if any hazard investigation was performed on them, generally store them in an isolated envelope (Addition Structure) Requirement Documents Functional Documents Design Documents (2) Planning Process Store Test Plans Store QA Project Plans

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Folder Structure for Software Testers (3) Test Design Store Test Design archives Store Test Cases Store E2E Scenarios Store Test Matrix Store Test Data (4) Performing Test Store Test Execution Log Sore Test Cases Executed in each Test Pass with Pass/Fail criteria

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Folder Structure for Software Testers (5) Defect Tracking and Management Store Description of deformities found in each Test Pass Store Screenshots of the imperfections (6) Quantitative Management Store Number of Defects found in each test pass (7) Test Reporting Test Report Results Store Weekly Status Reports

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Folder Structure for Software Testers (i) SDLC Documentation Store any archives identified with Software Development Life Cycle (ii) Peer Review Notes Store any associate survey notes (iii) QA Meeting Notes Store any notes identified with QA Weekly gatherings (iv) Project Meeting Notes Store any notes identified with Project Meetings (v) Testing Literature Store any articles you consider vital (vi) Templates Store any layouts

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Folder Structure for Software Testers Folder Structure and pecking order

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Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads

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Folder Structure for QA Managersand QA Leads The accompanying envelope structure depends on the CSTE Common Body of Knowledge There are a great deal of advantages in sorting out your information utilizing this structure Files will be put away deliberately Files will be anything but difficult to discover Historical information for future ventures Work proof of your errands This organizer structure can be customized to address your issues

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Folder Structure for QA Managersand QA Leads The accompanying is a case of the envelope structure

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Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads Description of the organizer structure: Nemesis Shared Folder Every colleague at Onyx must have a mutual organizer in \\Nemesis\General\ Onyx Project The envelope structure delineates a few activities (i.e., Washpad, Dragnet, Stardust… ) You can begin making organizers for each venture you have partaken

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Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads Description of the envelope structure: CSTE Common Body Of Knowledge This is the prescribed structure to store all your authentic information (1) Test Environment (2) Test Planning (3) Executing The Test Plan (4) Test Analysis and Reporting (5) Defect Tracking and Management

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Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads Description of the envelope structure: Additions to the organizer structure This is the prescribed structure to store every one of your increases amid your day by day exercises, recollect that you can simply tailor this segment to address your issues: (i) Templates (ii) Outlook Backup (iii) QA Website (iv) Testing Literature (v) Dump (..) …

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Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads (1) Test Environment Hierarchy 1

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Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads (1) Test Environment Hierarchy 2

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Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads (2) Test Planning and (3) Executing the Test arrange Hierarchy

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Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads (4) Test Analysis and Reporting Hierarchy

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Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads This is a concise depiction of the sort of information that you can store in every organizer: (1) Test Environment (1) Test Principles and Concepts (Folder) Policy (Folder) Store the Testing Policy of the venture Test Strategy (Folder) Store the test system of the venture

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Folder Structure for QA Managers and QA Leads This is a concise portrayal of the kind of information that you can store in every organizer: Reviews and Inspections (Folder) In Process Reviews – Inspections, Peer Reviews, Walk-throughs Decision Point or Phase End Reviews (Folder) Post Implementation Reviews (Folder)

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Folder Structure for QA Managersand QA Leads Responsibility diagram (Folder) Store obligation outline (2) Development Process (Folder) Store any product advancement documentation (3) Test Management (1) Client Feedback (Folder) Store any customer criticism (2) Holidays (Folder) Store any occasions (3) Presentations (Folder) Store any introductions (4) Recognition Awards Store any acknowledgment grants

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Folder Structure for QA Managersand QA Leads (3) Test Management (5) Task Force Training (Folder) Store preparing for colleagues (6) Team Meetings (Folder) Kick off (Folder) Project Meetings (Folder) QA Meetings (Folder) Test Readiness (Folder) Triage Meetings (Folder)

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Folder Structure for QA Managersand QA Leads (4) Build the Test Environment (Folder) (1) Test Tools (Folder) Store test instruments (2) Test Processes (Folder) Store any procedures (2) Test Planning (1) Risk Analysis (Folder) Store Risk examination Matrix and reports

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Folder Structure for QA Managersand QA Leads (2) Test Planning Process (1) Pre-Planning Activities Store test destinations (2) Test Planning (1) Estimating (Folder) (2) Scheduling (Folder) (3) Staffing (Folder) (4) Test Plans (Folder) (3) Post Planning Activities (1) Configuration Management (Folder)

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Folder Structure for QA Managersand QA Leads (3) Executing The Test Plan (Folder) (1) Test Design (Folder) (1) Test Data (Folder) (2) Test Cases (Folder) (2) Performing Test (Folder) (3) Defect Tracking and Correction (Folder) (4) Acceptance Testing (Folder)

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Folder Structure for QA Managersand QA Leads (4) Test Analysis and Reporting (Folder) (1) Status of Testing (Folder) Store Weekly Status Reports Store Testing Metrics (2) Test Reporting (Folder) Store Test Report Results (I) Templates (ii) Outlook Backup (iii) QA Website (iv) Testing Literature (v) Dump

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Q&A Any inquiries…

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Reference CSQA study Guide 2006

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Thank you…

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