Mind Maps for Software Testing

Explains why Mind Maps are such a useful tool when planning your software testing efforts. Also showcases the ability to export/import your Hexawise test plans as Mind Maps.

Mind Maps for Software Testing

Explains why Mind Maps are such a useful tool when planning your software testing efforts. Also showcases the ability to export/import your Hexawise test plans as Mind Maps.

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By John Hunter Aug 1, 2017
Hexawise Test Plan Revisions

Showcases the new Hexawise feature called "Revisions" and explains its usefulness.

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By John Hunter May 31, 2016
10 Questions to Ask When Designing Software Tests

A list of questions to ask when designing software tests. These questions will help ensure coverage of the potential sources of variation within your system.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Mar 14, 2016
My plan has a lot of constraints in it. Should I split it into separate plans?

Provides helpful guidance on when it might make sense to split your single Hexawise plan into multiple different plans due to a lot of constraints being necessary.

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By Justin Hunter Aug 14, 2014
Should I Use One Test Plan or Multiple Plans?

Provides helpful guidance on when it might make sense to split your single Hexawise plan into multiple different plans due to different "Verb and Noun" ideas within the same set of tests.

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By Sean Johnson May 7, 2014
Whaddya Mean "No Possible Value"?

Explains the reason you might be seeing "No possible value" as values in some of your Hexawise test cases and how to fix your plan to remove these "No possible value" values.

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By Sean Johnson May 1, 2014
Using Hexawise to Export Values for Gherkin (Given, When --> Then)

How to use the Auto-Scripts feature to turn your Hexawise test cases in the Gherkin "Given-When-Then" format.

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By John Hunter Mar 27, 2014
Hexawise TV

The inaugural video on "Hexawise TV" - a site containing videos on a variety of software testing topics, including combinatorial, pairwise, and orthogonal array-based test design strategies.

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By John Hunter Nov 20, 2013
Create a Risk-based Testing Plan With Extra Coverage on Higher Priority Areas

Showcases the Hexawise "Mixed-Strength" feature and explains how this feature can be used to perform Risk-Based Testing with Hexawise.

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By John Hunter Nov 6, 2013
Designing a Test Plan with Dependent Parameter Values

Includes strategies for dealing with dependent parameter values in your test plans by using the "Invalid Pair" and "Married Pair" constraint features in Hexawise.

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By Sean Johnson Sep 9, 2013

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