- Test Planning: The software tester is responsible for planning and creating test strategies and test plans that outline the testing approach and scope. They need to work closely with developers and business analysts to understand the requirements and use cases of the software application being tested. They also need to identify potential risks and prioritize testing efforts accordingly.
- Test Execution: The software tester is responsible for executing different types of tests, including functional, regression, performance, and security testing. They need to ensure that all tests are executed according to the test plan and that any issues or defects found are documented and reported promptly.
- Defect Tracking: The software tester is responsible for identifying and reporting defects found during testing. They need to document each defect with clear and concise steps to reproduce it, along with the expected and actual results. They also need to track the status of each defect until it is resolved.
- Test Reporting: The software tester is responsible for producing test reports that summarize the testing process, test results, and any issues encountered. They need to communicate test results to stakeholders, including project managers, developers, and business analysts, and provide recommendations for further improvements.
- Continuous Improvement: The software tester is responsible for continually improving the testing process by refining test plans, updating test cases, and adopting new testing tools and methodologies. They need to keep up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in software testing and implement them in their work.
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