Programming Question

Assignment 6: Test Plan / Test Scripts
Submission: Individual – Assigned Team Member
ASSIGNMENT OVERVIEW
This assignment is an Individual Assignment with a written component and a presentation component. A team member who has yet to present gets this grade.
All system development life cycles and all system projects include a testing phase prior to Go-Live. The focus of this assignment is to develop a Test Plan that fully ready for implementation.

INSTRUCTIONS
Review the followingReview the following websites on the Internet (URLs may have been updated since this writing):http://www.tutorialspoint.com/software_testing/sof…
http://www.exforsys.com/tutorials/testing.html
https://www.softwaretestingclass.com/wp-content/up…
https://microtoolsinc.com/papers/how-test-plan/

Describe the objective and the scope of your test plan. Fully describe the functions that will be tested and those that will not be tested.
Provide sufficient justification on why or why not certain functions will be tested.

Describe your testing methodology.
Describe the test environment that will be used to validate the functionality of the project. Describe the advantage and disadvantages of the test environment you will use.
Describe any specific test equipment that will be required for testing.
Provide a test schedule that corresponds to your current project plan. Include both internal (team) testing of the product, as well as testing that includes your customer (user acceptance testing).
Identify the phases of your test cycle and describe any dependencies between each test phase (i.e. what must be tested successfully prior to you moving to the next phase?).

Create test scripts for each test to be performed. See Assignment 10-T Test Results / Final Test Scripts for details on how Test Scripts should be formatted. For those tests where you do not have enough details to complete the sample test script, not that clearly. (Please note: this is the majority of this assignment.)
Describe how you plan to monitor and control the testing schedule.
Identify which team members will be responsible for testing the different functions of your project.

GUIDANCE
There are great test plans and there are good test plans. Your goal is to ensure that you have developed a “good enough” test plan for your project that will meet the basic requirements of the project. Remember that often times the “great” test plan requires a lot of work to complete, but the value is low – you expend a lot of effort to create something that would be just as useful if you had expended half of the effort. Our goal here is to work smarter, not harder. The KISS (keep it simple stupid) principle is very valid here. We all have too much work to do to make everything pretty – you must make your test plan functional and viable.
You need to (a) identify what you are going to test, (b) why you will test, (c) how you will test, and (d) the schedule of the test. It is important that the test plan follows the schedule of the overall project plan (for example, you cannot schedule the testing of the login screen in your test plan in week 2 of the project, if it will not be developed and ready for testing until week 4 according to the project or development plan).
Our goal here is to get the project done, and we are not looking for excellence, but are looking for viable, functional, and reasonable test plans that have a positive impact on the project. Do not overdo the assignment but ensure that your response to this assignment adequately addresses the needs to test functionality. Follow the grading dimensions in the grading rubric to achieve full credit for this assignment.
Please ensure that you address the functional requirements of your project in your test plan. The article “How to Write a Great Software Test Plan” at the following URL: https://microtoolsinc.com/papers/how-test-plan/ provides excellent guidance on what should be included in the test plan.
For Assignment 6, provide the following:
Title page with your name, assignment, date.
Use the Assignment Instructions above as a guide for your response.
Review the rubric in Blackboard for evaluation on grading.
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Basic simulator

1. In your own words, explain your design in the form of abstract (~200 words) and algorithm.
2. Using a tool of your choice (e.g. Java, Python, MS Excel, JavaScript, HTML etc.) develop a basic simulator for hash puzzles that perform the mining operation for blockchain. Pls
attach your code as and when necessary.
3. Simple instructions to operate your group’s simulator. [It is extremely important that I should be able to execute on my machine.]
4. Screenshots showing valid outputs. Also, include necessary test cases. This should demonstrate satisfactory functioning of this new tool that you have built.
5. Reference articles or videos (at least 2-3 relevant, could be more) that helped your design and implementation.
6. List out 3-5 main challenges that your group faced in designing this simulator and how did you manage to overcome it.
7. List of contributions – which group member did what for the preparation of the assignment.
Requirements: 200 words | .doc file
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Basic simulator

Programming Assignment Help 1. In your own words, explain your design in the form of abstract (~200 words) and algorithm.
2. Using a tool of your choice (e.g. Java, Python, MS Excel, JavaScript, HTML etc.) develop a basic simulator for hash puzzles that perform the mining operation for blockchain. Pls
attach your code as and when necessary.
3. Simple instructions to operate your group’s simulator. [It is extremely important that I should be able to execute on my machine.]
4. Screenshots showing valid outputs. Also, include necessary test cases. This should demonstrate satisfactory functioning of this new tool that you have built.
5. Reference articles or videos (at least 2-3 relevant, could be more) that helped your design and implementation.
6. List out 3-5 main challenges that your group faced in designing this simulator and how did you manage to overcome it.
7. List of contributions – which group member did what for the preparation of the assignment.
Requirements: 200 words | .doc file
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IT 403 4 Questions

You must submit two separate copies (one Word file and one PDF file) using the Assignment Template on
Blackboard via the allocated folder. These files must not be in compressed format.
? It is your responsibility to check and make sure that you have uploaded both the correct files.
? Zero mark will be given if you try to bypass the SafeAssign (e.g. misspell words, remove spaces between
words, hide characters, use different character sets, convert text into image or languages other than English
or any kind of manipulation).
? Email submission will not be accepted.
? You are advised to make your work clear and well-presented. This includes filling your information on the
cover page.
? You must use this template, failing which will result in zero mark.
? You MUST show all your work, and text must not be converted into an image, unless specified otherwise by
the question.
? Late submission will result in ZERO mark.
? The work should be your own, copying from students or other resources will result in ZERO mark.
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