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Software Testing Crossword – Series 4

Dear Technologists, hope you all are doing well. 😇

Here is the 4th post in the Software Testing Crossword series.

Let's test your Software Testing knowledge. 😉

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1. A validation that runs on the Server to check that the form values (submitted data) are of the correct type

2. It can help in automation of business processes
3. A lightweight format for storing and transporting data

6. A HTTP Method

7. One of the Scrum Value

11. One of the Quality Criteria defined in the Heuristic Test Strategy Model

12. A Cloud Computing Service


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4. A mnemonic for Mobile App Testing

5. Testing that is performed for a specific region, locale or culture
8. It can be used to generate, write and verify the XPath & cssSelector

9. One of the Programming languages supported by Selenium

10. A Test Design Technique

If you unable to see the crossword in the above image; don’t worry. Here is close-up of it.


Submit your answers at qaqcarenablog@gmail.com.

From all the correct entries received; 3 lucky entries will get a FREE Pass for the Tutorials and Training scheduled at ConTEST2021 (a Virtual Software Testing Event).


I believe; you are excited to solve this Crossword and win a FREE Pass as well. 😉

Comment below with your thoughts, experience of solving this Crossword puzzle.

If you haven't checked the previous Crossword puzzles yet, then you can find them as below.

Series 1
Series 2

Series 3

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6 comments:

  1. Its a good practice to memorize each terminology of testing. Keep uploading such kind of stuff.

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    1. Sure, thanks for your kind words and motivation.

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  2. Thanks YOGESH KHAIRNAR for sharing these crosswords. It helps to explore new things and got to learn so many new concepts and new terminologies.

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  3. Is 6 down a trick question :)
    There are two possible correct answers.
    does it matter if we `put` `get` there :)

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    1. What do you think? :)
      Will publish the answers soon, stay tuned.

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Regards,
Yogesh Khairnar