Software testing is a method for assessing the functionality of a software program. Testing assess the quality of the product. In other words testing is verification and validation process. Testing promotes the developers to deliver software that meets expectations, prevents unexpected results, and improves the long term maintenance of the application. The appropriate methodologies are applied depending upon the software requirement and the purpose of testing.
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xamples they give frequently are military software, aircraft, etc. That is not concrete enough to understand why we need software testing. Here are the list of few that why we need software testing. 1. To check the reliability of the software. 2. To be ensured that the software does not contain any bug which can become a reason for failure. 3. To check the software was made according to its specification. 4. To check that the software meets its requirements. 5. To check that users are capable of using the software. 6. To check software works with other software and hardware it needs to work with.
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Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra are said to be next seen in Aashiqui 3.
Yes! They’re not together anymore. At least that’s what this shocking report suggests. Read on…
Okay, now we know for a fact Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra have never really accepted or denied their relationship. But it’s known to all that they were secretly seeing each other. Their pictures come as evident proof and so do their interviews gushing about each other. However, if this latest report is anything to go by then turns out Alia and Sid have called it quits once and for all. Yes! According to Mumbai Mirror, Alia and Sid haven’t talked to each other for the longest time. In fact, backing BollywoodLife’s EXCLUSIVE report which suggested how Alia doesn’t want Sid to work with Shraddha Kapoor, a source close to Mumbai Mirror further adds that’s exactly where it all began. Alia has fallen out with Sid due to Shraddha and many more mutual difference where they probably believe they aren’t on the same page anymore.
However, neither Sid nor Alia want to acknowledge this fact that they have BROKEN UP! Both want to maintain their ‘single’ status where Alia in today’s DNA interview even clarified, “I am single and Sid is a supportive and extremely important friend in my life and will always be that. As a friend, rather than asking him not to do films with any actress, I keep telling Sid to work with every person because I think he has all the charm, talent and sexiness in the world and the potential to become the biggest superstar of this country! Never in my life, will we ever tell each other what we should or should not do.”
We all know how things were almost coming to an end between celebrity couple Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan. The couple had even issued a joint statement stating, “Yes, it’s true that we are separated, but where our lives go and what transpires between us, it is for us to decide. Wherever it goes from here, we will talk about it when we are ready to. It’s a tough and difficult time for us and we will appreciate it if you can please give us our space. Things got worse when lately we even got to hear how Malaika is keen on dropping ‘Khan’ from her surname, further directing everything only towards a DIVORCE’. However, wait until you check out this latest report. It’s a positive sign of ‘reconciliation’ for Malaika and Arbaaz.
A report in Mumbai Mirror suggests that Malaika has finally decided to move back to her family home with Arbaaz and family, all thanks to her sister Amrita Ladak and mum Joyce. Turns out they gave her a reasonable advice on why she shouldn’t consider breaking her marriage with Arbaaz and she’s eventually come in terms to give her relationship a second chance. If all goes well, Malaika will be returning to Arbaaz within the next few days. Now isn’t that one brilliant news? Especially when you know how this news has come during a time when every next day we’re only getting to hear breakups and divorces. Whatta relief!
Looks like the D-day is almost here guys! While yesterday we got to see pictures of Salman Khan’s girlfriend Iulia Vantur arriving at the airport along with his mother Salma. Our source EXCLUSIVELY reveals to us how Salman is further set to make his relationship official with Iulia at Preity Zinta’s wedding reception tonight, similar to how Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan had made their relationship official at the Lakme Fashion Week back in 2009. Yes! This is happening for real!
Salman, who is a very dear friend to Preity, plans to officially introduce Iulia to all his industry peeps at the wedding bash tonight. In fact, this would be their first official public appearance together as a couple which explains why we are so excited. However, despite making things official, word is that the couple has decided to arrive in separate cars at the party – the reason best known to them.
Social-media giant Twitter’s got 99 problems, yet the politically correct company is far more worried about the ‘‘optics” of cooperating with federal agents trying to stop jihadist plotters online.
The company’s stock hit a record low this month. Half of the company’s senior executives abandoned their posts earlier this year. Ad growth is sluggish. Desperate attempts to mimic Facebook have turned off users. And the micro-blogging network’s political pandering to liberals through the formation of an Orwellian Trust and Safety Council earned global scorn.
Despite these existential troubles, Twitter bigwigs turned their attention this week to what they reportedly perceive as a real threat to their ailing business: American counterterrorism officials!
No wonder Twitter’s twumbling.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the tech titan cut off US intelligence agencies’ access to an exclusive tweet-sifting service it owns a 5 percent stake in called Dataminr. Its staff sends clients valuable analyses and alerts of ‘‘unfolding terror attacks, political unrest and other potentially important events.”