Imagine if Google broke. That one day, it just stopped working.
I know it’s a scary thought…
In 2013, Google actually did break, although, only momentarily (for a whole 5 minutes to be exact). The outage affected all of its services, meaning Youtube, Gmail, Google search, Google Maps … everything stopped working.
Global web traffic plummeted by a whole 40% and the blip is estimated to have cost Google around $500,000.
If your product or service suddenly stops working as intended, then it’ll cost your organization a hefty sum, too.
That’s why, in this quick but informative Process Street post, you’ll learn all about test plan templates and how to use one yourself to ensure your product or service runs like a well-oiled machine. All-day, every day.
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- What is a test plan?
- What is a test plan template?
- Where the software test plan began
- Best practices for creating a test plan template
- Software test plans today
- How to write a test plan template
Let’s get started! 🚀