1. Inaccurate Schedule of Software Testing
Testing is a heck of a task that takes a lot of time and effort. It definitely has to be tough because it finds out inadequacies of the system under several scenarios and conditions. It’s quite evident from the years of software testing experience that testing must be done right from the beginning in a software development cycle.
We simply cannot keep testing in the later stage of the development cycle, as the errors would become uncontrollable at that point. Moreover, it will consume more time and budget to handle those bugs at later stages for good software quality.
Due to other urgency and the willingness to make clients happy with the progress of the software development process, quality assurance managers sometimes postpone testing. And in some of the cases when they find a time for testing, it’s commonly the very later stages of the development cycle. That’s not the only problem with such a practice, the bigger issue is that such postponing leaves very little time for testing. As a result, the testing is not done thoroughly no matter what software testing tools you may use. This all simply arises from the problem of inadequate scheduling of testing.