Siken Kansa Testing ?
Has anybody heard of Siken Kansa (SK)Testing.
I am told to gather information on the same.
It works like this:
QA finds a defect during testing, say something related to hardcoding or a wrong date format or spelling error in a label or any other type.
It then decides sets a target to itself that it has to find 5 or X similar defects. If it is not able to find 5 similar defects, it has to give a causal or an explanation as to why it could not find 5 similar defects.
Please let me know if anybody has more information
Re: Siken Kansa Testing ?
Never heard of it, and my search turned up nothing.
I'd be curious to hear what is the motivation behind the requirement to find 5 defects "similar" to the defect discovered. On the face of it, this seems rather silly.