Monday September 18, 2017
Quality Assurance? What’s great? Surely the argument continues since the developers run the code before the release and if anything goes wrong, the customers tell us, right? Unlike any other non-IT person, using apps which just didn’t work well or lag with performance is way too frustrating and inconvenient. Customers pay for our services thinking about the ease of use we provide with the numerous benefits it has to provide.
Have you ever thought about the factors that could be critical for the successful execution of the app you are running?
With today’s importance of QA’s in the software development life cycle (SDLC), there is also the need of testers with specialized domain knowledge.
Is Domain Knowledge Necessary for Testing
As the testing industry grows, the basic knowledge of testing isn’t sufficient to meet the growing market competition. The industry now demands domain and subject matter experts. Domain knowledge testing is used to acquire business use cases and software testing knowledge is required to glean on the ideas of the software to its limits. Hence a testing domain knowledge along with the software testing skills is always a plus point to the industry.
The value testing domain knowledge adds to your team ensures your users are happy. Here’s why:
Being in an IT dominated world, the value of testing domain knowledge is incredible as it is undoubtedly the critical success factor for testers. While testing any app, it important to think about the end-user as quality assurance is directly related to business assurance. Therefore, its preferable to integrate domain and functional knowledge to your software’s QA lifecycle for better results.