Training HEXAWISE BASICS1. What is Hexawise and how will it help me?

1. What is Hexawise and how will it help me?

This lesson provides a brief overview of what Hexawise is and what benefits Hexawise provides.

Hexawise is a software test design tool that allows testers to quickly create powerful tests.

Hexawise is a software test design tool that allows testers to quickly create powerful tests.

Software testers use Hexawise to quickly select and document powerful sets of software tests.

Hexawise-generated tests aren't just faster to create, studies consistently show Hexawise tests are more effective than manually-selected tests.

Hexawise-generated tests aren't just faster to create, studies consistently show Hexawise tests are more effective than manually-selected tests.

These benefits descriptions are not just marketing puffery. Published studies and case studies have compared the effectiveness of sets of manually-selected tests to the effectiveness of Hexawise-generated tests. These reports consistently find that the Hexawise-generated tests are just plain better. By a large margin. This is because Hexawise-generated tests are carefully designed to pack as much testing coverage into each test as possible with a minimum of wasteful repetition included from test case to test case. As a result:

  • Fewer Hexawise tests are required.
  • Hexawise-generated tests allow testers to find more defects.
  • Hexawise-generated tests typically allow testers to find twice as many defects per tester hour.

Hexawise is widely applicable to a huge variety of different types of applications.

Hexawise is being used by software testers to design software tests at over 1,000 companies and organizations, including more than 50 Fortune 500 firms. Teams use Hexawise to design software tests for every imaginable kind of project, including:

  • Waterfall projects and Agile projects
  • Manual testing projects and Automated testing projects
  • Projects testing the latest and greatest technologies and projects testing antiquated outmoded systems far past their prime
  • Projects in every major industry under the sun
  • Testing guided by traditional / ISTQB approaches and testing guided by a Context Driven Testing focus