There are many factors involved in the real-time projects to decide when to stop testing.
- Testing deadlines or release deadlines
By reaching the decided the pass percentage of test cases
The risk in the project is under the acceptable limit
All the high priority bugs, blockers are fixed
When acceptance criteria are met
As per ISTQB, It depends on the risks for the system being tested.
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Why You Choose Software Testing As A Career
Software Testing as a career – why I chose?
A simple answer is I love to be a Software Tester. So, I chose Software Testing as a career. I would like to mention a few more points why I love to be a Software tester and chose Software Testing as a career.
I love solving logical puzzles. Testing is kind of solving a logical puzzle. We will be given a software which will go straight to the market if we nod our head that there are no bugs in the software and ready to release. We, the Testers are the protectors at the gateway. We not only find the bugs. We break the system too in terms of stress testing.
I love helping others.