ISTQB-ISEB 2018 Theory Summary

I have broken down the ISTQB theory based on the syllabus, focusing on the key elements I believe will help you take the ISTQB Foundation Level 2018 exam.

Having to read the theory book, depending on how you like to read, takes time; even though this is not a substitute for it and the syllabus, still an excellent reading to refresh the key elements of the test fundamentals practice test.

Take a look and see what you think.

My suggestion is to go through each of them and then take the quiz for each chapter to check your level of understanding and memorization of the testing process.

ABSENCE-OF-ERRORS IS A FALLACY

ABSENCE-OF-ERRORS IS A FALLACY

Absence-of-error is a fallacy. Software with no known errors is not necessarily ready to be shipped. Does it match user/business expectations? As part of the Seven Testing Principles of the ISTQB Foundation Level Syllabus, the absence-of-error is a fallacy principle....

The Insane Pesticide Paradox

The Insane Pesticide Paradox

The pesticide paradox: continuing to run the same tests won’t find new bugs. As part of the Seven Testing Principles of the ISTQB Foundation Level Syllabus, on the pesticide paradox principle. “If the same tests are repeated over and over again, eventually these tests...

Defect Clustering

Defect Clustering

Defect clustering happens. If there is a bug in one part of the software, chances are there are other, related bugs nearby. As part of the Seven Testing Principles of the ISTQB Foundation Level Syllabus, on the defect clustering testing principle. “A small number of...

Early Testing Saves Time and Money

Early Testing Saves Time and Money

As part of the Seven Testing Principles of the ISTQB Foundation Level Syllabus, on the early testing principle. “To find defects early, both static and dynamic test activities should be started as early as possible in the software development lifecycle. Early testing...

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