Manual testing Interview questions


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Subject - Software Testing
Subsubject - Manual testing

Define Verification and Validation. Explain the differences between the two?

Verification - Evaluation done at the end of a phase to determine that requirements are established during the previous phase have been met. Generally Verification refers to the overall s/w evaluation activity, including reviewing, inspecting, checking and auditing. 

Validation: - The process of evaluating s/w at the end of the development process to ensure compliance with requirements. Validation typically involves actual testing and takes place after verification is complete.

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Verification: Whether we are building the product right?

Validation: Whether we are building the right product/System?




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