The Test Plan Template: Your Key to Optimizing Software Testing

The Test Plan Template 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.

The outcome?

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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4 Types of Software Testing and When You Should Use Them

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The way customers see it, your software release cycle looks like this:

  • Take ages developing the software
  • Beta test
  • Add a few features, fix a few bugs
  • Done!

This isn’t real life. Beta testing is only one type of test your software needs to pass to avoid being a catastrophic failure.

If your software is struggling to get into a usable state, it’s probably because you’re overlooking testing.

Testing is important for two main reasons:

  1. Tests will reveal flaws in your software
  2. Tests will reveal flaws in your software development process

Note: Apart from customer-facing and QA tests, tests are code.

So, keep reading to find the types of software testing you need to make mandatory in your development team, as well as an explanation of how to do it.

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