AD-HOC Testing

AD HOC Testing

Ad hoc testing is referred to the way where testing is done in a very disorderly or unorganized manner on the software application. Application testing is done randomly on any part of the system.

Different types of adhoc testing is done at TechCryptors:
Pair testing: Two testers are allocated the same modules and work on the same machine while coordinating with each other. First tester performs random testing while the second tester maintains the data of the findings.
Buddy testing: It is basically two buddies working on locating the issues in the same module. First buddy from the development team and the next one from the testing team work together for buddy testing.
Monkey testing: Monkey testing is randomly testing and inputting random values with an objective to break the system.

QTP, Cucumber can be used for adhoc testing tools.

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