3)what is quality assurance and Quality Control?
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Answer / amit verma
Goal of QC is to find the bugs.
Goal of QA is to prevent the bug.
QA is process oriented.
QC is Product oriented.
Static Testing((in which code is not execute) like
Inspection,Walk through,Review are done by QA.
Dynamic Testing(in which code is execute) is done by QC.
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Answer / tejaswini gadekar
Quality assurance is a preventive action which is planned
and systematic activities performed within the quality
system to build confidence.
Quality control is nothing but the operational technique to
satisfy stated requirements for quality. Its corrective
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Answer / tanuja
QA: Assuring the quality of the software by reaching
customer requirements with standards
Goals of QA is to find the bugs
QC: Measuring & monitoring the quality of the software in
every SDLC phase by conducting review meetings.
Goal of QC is to prevent the bugs.
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