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How Google Tests Software by Jeff Carollo, Jason Arbon, James A. Whittaker

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Appendix A. Chrome OS Test Plan

status: draft

(contact chromeos-te@google.com)

author: jarbon@google.com

Overview of Themes

Risk-based: Chrome OS has a large test surface area, spanning a customized browser, application manager user experience (UX), firmware, hardware, networking, user data synchronization, automatic updates, and customized physical hardware from Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). To tackle this testing problem in a coherent manner, the test strategy is risk-based, meaning the team will focus on the most risky areas of the system first and work its way down the list, relying heavily on thorough unit tests and code quality from the development team to form a strong foundation of overall product quality.

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