We’ve been having a discussion recently within the business about what makes a good test plan. We’ve written many and most have varied quite a bit. The content should be directly related to the circumstances and to the expected or desired outcome. But what should make up the core document? Is it a living document and how should we be tracking that the most up to date documents is the one being shared or read by the close and wider audience?
We have our own ideas, but we thought we’d make this post more interactive than usual. Let us know what you think and why, then in part 2 we’ll let you know our opinion. Who knows, maybe we’ll all learn something new. You can let us know via the buttons bellow using #goodtestplan