Finding the bugs in a software earlier can save time and money for a company. If there is fault slip through, then identifying the root case and doing respective changes in development can more cause time and money. Every tester, team and company targets to release a bug free product to it’s stakeholders — though it is a big challenge and developing a test strategy depends on project’s test needs and most importantly company’s quality mindset. Various testing approaches are useful for different testing levels.
In this post, I would like to propose a new term “E.A.T” — combining Exploratory and Automated Testing approaches. Here is what I think about it; Continue reading