Systems Development Life Cycle Test Driven Technique and Defect investigation

  • Soobia Saeed
  • Asadullah Shaikh
  • Muhammad Ali Memon
  • Muhammad Ali Nizamani
Keywords: Systems Development Life Cycle, Test Driven Technique, Defect investigation

Abstract

Software testing is essential to build and improve programming. Software testing is the basic order of construction software. Testing is undoubtedly expensive and involves the biggest individual time. Its supreme undertakings to conquer the costs and improve the viability of decreasing software implementation and expand the hazardous aspects of the quality level. The examination explores the convergence of test schemes with the counteractive action of imperfection and the following measurements used in Software Improvement by which the execution and viability of the value product is achieved. The research study further emphasizes pre-testing and quantifiable measurements of execution by which testing efforts can be broken down and the result can anticipate software execution within the progress process. The research study provides information of interest to understand and apply test techniques as desired. It is essential to make the correct decisions to embrace test techniques that fit the prerequisite of the venture. This study examines what works best together with SDLC and provides center information on when and how best to apply them. The measurements decide the decreased deformity rates to enhance execution by comparing each other's imperfection rates for each module or portion of usefulness. This assigns more assets and time before organization to settle deformities, resulting in a reduced rate of imperfection after sending reported by end customers.

Published
2019-07-31
How to Cite
Saeed, S., Shaikh, A., Memon, M., & Nizamani, M. (2019). Systems Development Life Cycle Test Driven Technique and Defect investigation. University of Sindh Journal of Information and Communication Technology, 3(3), 128-134. Retrieved from http://sujo2.usindh.edu.pk/index.php/USJICT/article/view/304