How to Write Software Test Documentation

Plain English version of IEEE Std 829


Author: David Tuffley
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Pages: 32
Language: English
Publication date: 30/11/-0001
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Practical guide for software development project managers and staff
I N T R O D U C T I O N

Systematic and comprehensive testing is known to be a major factor contributing to Information Systems Quality. Adequate testing is however often not performed, leading to a higher number of software defects which impact the real and perceived quality of the software, as well as leading to time and expense being spent on rework and higher maintenance costs.

How to Write Software Test Documentation is a plain-English, procedural guide to developing high quality software test documentation that is both systematic and comprehensive. It contains detailed instructions and templates on the following test documentation:

Test Plan,
Test Design Specification,
Test Case,
Test Procedure,
Test Item Transmittal Report,
Test Record,
Test Log,
Test Incident Report,
Test Summary Report,

How to Write Software Test Documentation is derived principally from IEEE Std 829-1983 Standard for Software Test Documentation. It contains clear instructions to enable project staff with average literacy skills to effectively develop a comprehensive set of software test documentation.
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Dr. David Tuffley is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Ethics and SocioTechnical Studies at Griffith University’s School of ICT. A regular contributor to mainstream media on the social impact of technology, David is a recognized expert in his field. Before academia David worked as an IT Consultant in Australia and the United Kingdom, a role he continues to perform when not educating the next generation of IT professionals. David is an engaging science communicator of many years experience, David was a guest panelist in the 2017 World Science Festival and a wide variety of high profile public events.

David's academic background includes fields as diverse as Psychology, Anthropology, Classical Rhetoric and English literature at the University of Queensland. David is an engaging professional speaker and forum moderator of many years experience.

David's formal qualifications include a PhD (Software Engineering), Master of Philosophy (Information Systems), Grad Cert in Higher Education (all from Griffith University), Bachelor of Arts majoring in Psychology, English Literature, Anthropology (University of Queensland)

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