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    How to adapt and document it in my company?

    Hi to all,

    I'm very new in Exploratory Testing (I have experience with other testing activities [img]/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img] ).

    I'm researching this technique the last month and I think: How to adapt and document Exploratory Testing in my company?

    I want include it on the Testing Area of my company because we have some projects where no formal testing are made, so Exploratory Testing it's very helpful in these cases.

    Any advice? Someone have documentation about it?

    Thanks in advance!!

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    Re: How to adapt and document it in my company?

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    Someone have documentation about it?

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    Some good reading here:
    http://www.satisfice.com/articles.shtml
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    Re: How to adapt and document it in my company?

    You might want to try Michael Bolton's blog:

    http://blogsearch.google.com/?bl_url=htt...xploratory+test

    is the search results for Exploratory Testing. He wrote a good article on the subject of mapping out your exploratory testing which I found helpful since I do quite a bit of exploratory testing on embedded systems.
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    Re: How to adapt and document it in my company?

    Very helpful information.

    Thanks for reply!!

 

 

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