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From My Blog
On February - 26 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Perl is a family of high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming languages. (Wiki Definition). People say Perl is not the end but the dead end of Programming World. Perl was originally developed by Larry Wall in 1987 as [...]

On January - 28 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

The various Test Levels : •Component / Unit Testing •System Testing •Integration Testing •Acceptance Testing Component Testing •Component testing searches for defects in, and verifies the functioning of, software (e.g. [...]

On August - 2 - 2013ADD COMMENTS

TESTING THROUGHOUT THE S/W LIFE-CYCLE MODEL REFERRED FOR SOFTWARE TESTING •V, V and T •V – Model •SEQUENTIAL Model (Waterfall) •ITERATIVE DEVELOPMENT Model                  – Prototyping                  – Spiral Model [...]

On August - 1 - 2013ADD COMMENTS

As seen from the diagram, the bias towards a developed software goes on decreasing. The more will be the independence level of a software testing, the more it will ensure [...]

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