Friday, December 15, 2006
Mind maps and testing
Jonathan Kohl, whose blog posts are always very insightful, writes about using mind maps to visualize software testing mnemonics (FCC CUTS VIDS; each letter represents an area of functionality within a product where testing efforts can be applied.) He finds that a mind map goes beyond the linearity of a list of mnemonics and gives testers a home base from which they can venture out into the product and explore/test new areas. Jonathan's findings match my experiences in using mind maps.
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