IS DELIVERING VALUE TO THE USER, ON TIME, AND WITHIN BUDGET AN INCOMPATIBLE TRIAD?

This blog touches on many of the themes which test consultant Paul Gerrard and I will cover in our upcoming webcast “Transform Your Testing for Digital Assurance”. To find out more and book your place, please click here. The Standish Group’s Chaos Report has always made for uncomfortable reading for anyone responsible for software projects. […]

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THE DEATH STAR: AN AMBIGUOUS REQUIREMENTS ISSUE?

You read it right! I’m not convinced that an architect left a thermal exhaust port on the Death Star without a reason. Could the most powerful battle station in the galaxy really have been destroyed due to an ambiguous design? I’m sure in the Star Wars universe they have very sophisticated engineering design processes and […]

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Achieve Rigorous Testing within the Bounds of 9 to 5

Every tester’s been there: the code freeze is in, release day is looming, and there are more tests to execute than there are hours in the day. And that’s assuming the test cases needed for rigorous testing have been identified and created in the first place, which opens up a whole other can of worms. […]

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