WHAT IS CONTEXT-DRIVEN TESTING? (Article by Dr. Cem Kaner)
James, Bret and I published our definition of context-driven testing at https://www.context-driven-testing.com/.
Some people have found the definition too complex and have tried to simplify it, attempting to equate the approach with Agile development or AgileÃ‚Â testing, or with the exploratory style of software testing. Here’s another crack at a definition:
Context-driven testers choose their testing objectives, techniques, and deliverables (including test documentation) by looking first to the details of the specific situation, including the desires of the stakeholders who commissioned the testing. The essence of context-driven testing is project-appropriate application of skill and judgment. The Context-Driven School of testing places this approach to testing within a humanistic social and ethical framework.
Ultimately, context-driven testing is about doing the best we can with what we get. Rather than trying to apply “best practices,” we accept that very different practices (even different definitions of common testing terms) will work best under different circumstances.
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