Exploratory Testing

Last updated on - November 17th, 2017

Exploratory testing is a powerful testing approach to identify a bug that usually we can not find using our standard testing techniques by executing the test cases or scripted steps.

Exploratory testing is all about exploring and investigating the application randomly to find bugs. It does not require any test case or any other document to proceed. Whereas, it completely depends upon testers thought process. Testers explore the system and note down the step to create test cases if needed. Ideally, exploratory testing should be done by senior or expert testers only.

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I am Suresh Dubey working as an automation test engineer. I am passionate about playing with automation testing and tools. I got a chance to work on Selenium, UFT, PowerShell, Jenkins, CI-CD, Maven, Cucumber, Git etc. I believe in 'Knowledge Sharing'. My mantra for success is 'Learn Something New Everyday'.

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