πŸ“š L is for […]

L is for Load Testing.

What else?

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L is for Lola Deming. We have all heard of W. Edwards Deming, but do we know about Lola Deming? I found this story about her to be illuminating: Lola Deming Wears Prada

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  • Legacy Code

  • Localization (L10N) Testing

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Large Language Models

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Latency … both Network and personal.

Examples:
β€œLatency is the time interval between the initiation of a process or request and its subsequent execution or response. This delay can significantly impact the overall performance and user experience.”

β€œJames latency is impressive. He’s so good at delaying his tasks that he could win an Olympic medal in procrastination.”

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L is for Learning Loop.

Source: Three Digestible Diagrams to Describe Exploratory Testing

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L is for Lunatic Asylum …

Often what we’re working in most of the year…

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Licensing checks.
The verification that the provisioned product permits access only to the features purchased, but that the features paid for are actually usable and sensible in the combination and manner they are provisioned.

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