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Radhika Shrivastava
  • Schaumburg, IL
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I am a Computer Science Graduate from Roosevelt University. I have worked in the IT industry for couple of years before going back to school for my graduation. I was into Software QA/BA stream. I am looking forward to be a part of some volunteer work where I can contribute what I learnt in technology area during my studies and work.
What do you hope to learn, or share, on this forum?
In this forum, I would like to learn ideas of people, share ideas and technology of how we can work with our ideas, work to meet the goals of tutor/mentor network

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Testing an important part in SDLC

Software testing is an investigation of the code and overall product functionalities of the system done to make sure that a high quality of product is developed. There are various approaches to software development of which the most common approach is normal waterfall model or the SDLC approach.

The normal Software SDLC process includes the following process -

  1. Requirement Gathering/Planning phase - In this phase the goal and scope of the software is determined.…

Posted on November 3, 2010 at 7:38pm — 2 Comments

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At 10:16am on January 16, 2011, Jay Marinus Nalini van Amstel said…

Jay Sri Radhe!!! Radhika Stava

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At 7:31pm on October 28, 2010, Kalyani Misra said…
Hi Radhika,

Unfortunately, I don't have much experience in php thats why I told Dan I won't be able to fix the broken links in the registration forms. I was able to fix basic coding problems in the forms only.

At 4:16pm on October 18, 2010, Daniel Bassill said…
I activated your membership. Go ahead and upload the bug report spreadsheet to that site.
At 8:32am on October 14, 2010, Daniel Bassill said…
Thanks Radhika.

We have three meeting places.

a) one is here on the ning site. People who are interested in what we do can join here, follow, then decide to get more involved based on what opportunities they see that interest them. We can share documents on this site, but I'm not sure if it's as suited for that purpose as a Yahoo or Google group.

b) We have had a Yahoo Group for technology volunteers for many years. It's not been active recently, but it's probably the best place to host documents. Please join it and use it to host the bug sheet.

c) We also have the wiki. We can maintain a list of all volunteers, showing what they are working on at this page

These are three different platforms, and redundant in some ways, but they each serve different purposes. This Ning site shares what we do with a much larger world of people. The Yahoo site is a closed workspace. The wiki shows the technology in context of a single organization's strategic and operating plans.
At 1:42pm on October 11, 2010, Daniel Bassill said…
Hi Radhika, thanks for joining this site. As you browse the Groups section and read the blogs, you'll see that there are many ways for you to help. Your tech expertise can help us maintain the platforms on which we host all of this work, while your team building can help attract other volunteers and even donors to expand our capacity.

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