Parts 1 to 3 covered the tasks that we think make up domain testing.
However, domain testing is just one of many test techniques. While you’re designing and running domain tests, you’re likely to see things that aren’t relevant to the testing you’re doing right now but that can later help you design new domain tests or new tests of other types.
We often find it useful to record that other information, the other facts that we notice and the ideas and insights that don’t neatly fit with the tests at hand.
This Part is about noticing and keeping that information:
Q. Identify and list unanalyzed variables. Gather information for later analysis.
R. Imagine and document risks that don’t necessarily ...