So what is the difference between the typical and HBT way of testing?
Typically testing is seen as a series of activities whose outcome(goal) is dependant on the individual’s experience. In the case of the HBT goal clarity is sought for before commencement of any activities – “What are you testing and what are you testing for”. And then the activities are powered by the well formed scientific tenets that enable the individual to do smartly.
The table below drills down the key differences between these in a detailed tabular form across various dimensions listed in the first column.