…more to come…
I will start to specify some of the tools I’m using or I will use in my testing activity.
The first tool is Application Verifier – it’s used to Troubleshoot Programs in Windows XP
Application Verifier (AppVerifier) is included in Windows XP to promote stability and reliability. You can use
this tool to troubleshoot application issues. This article describes how to use Application Verifier to isolate
and troubleshoot a program in Windows XP.
AppVerifier features two modes of operation: debugging and logging. Developers that are familiar with
software development and testing use the debugging mode to troubleshoot applications; Developers and
network administrators use the logging mode to generate a log of issues encountered by a program. In this
log, each issue is paired with a specific remedy.
Regardless of the mode in which it is run, AppVerifier is not an automated test tool. You must exercise all
functions of the program that you are testing. AppVerifier will only aid you in pinpointing a problem after it
is encountered during the testing process.
Many gaming and software companies use SafeDisk to prevent users from getting around copyright
violations by preventing the program from running with a debugger attached. This means that if you are
testing one of these programs, you may not be able to test it using AppVerifier.
To use AppVerifier:
AppVerifier offers the following features:
Until now I’ve found:
* Testopia & Bugzilla
[Update] – we’ve selected:
* Jira for 10 users
* AutomatedQA -> TestComplete7
Not happy with TestLink…testing TestRail for two weeks.
Following the first link you can find some really interesting video tutorials. The second link contains some free tests designed to challenge your technical skills (LR ,QC, QTP,Testing Tools, ISTQB Fundamentals, QTP Certification):