Before releasing any application or business processes to the general population, we conduct rigorous testing, starting with unit testing conducted by our development and QA teams, and it continues with formal string testing of system features linked to other components and integrated systems.
Princeton Information conducts quality assurance (QA) testing either with your internal QA department or as an independent service offering, using testing automation tools and test-driven development (TDD) approaches.
Princeton Information uses industry-leading methods throughout the development lifecycle to extend testing activities and to embed testing resources earlier in the build process. We leverage several techniques based on our client’s technology footprint, test requirements, organizational maturity and availability of tools that includes the appropriate blend of manual and automated test methods and procedures.
Test-Driven Development (TDD)
With both traditional testing and Test-Driven Development (TDD) you aren’t striving for perfection, instead you are testing to match the criticality of a system. A side effect of TDD is that you can achieve 100% coverage for every single line of code, something that traditional testing doesn’t achieve.