<- Glossary

What is ad-hoc testing

Ad-Hoc testing is usually done by an engineer who understands the software under test, it is basically when a tester randomly test the functionality of a software without understanding the software, it can be also called a guesswork test of a software application.

Usually, Negative testing can be included as well. Ad-hoc testing helps to break testing process to find bugs/errors.

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