Testing in Tongues: How to Test When You Don’t Know the Language

If you’re told to test an application that’s in a language you don’t understand, don’t panic. You know enough about testing to get started, and you might actually find yourself learning something about the language itself. Brian Noggle points out a few things you can always test—regardless of whether you speak the language.

The next time you have to test an application that’s in a language you don’t understand, be confident. You know enough about testing to get started, and you might even know enough about the application to cover basic functionality. And although you cannot catch every nuance of the interface and its text, you might actually find yourself learning something about the language itself.

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2015-07-03T05:08:00+00:003rd July, 2015|Blog, Thought Leadership|