Today’s fast-moving software delivery environment emphasizes pushing value to production as quickly as possible. “Value to production” implicitly requires high quality—low quality is of little value to anyone!—which means teams need to focus on being able to specify, build, test, and deploy software effectively and quickly. Acceptance and regression testing have often...
Great user experiences, high reliability, fast functionality upgrades. These are just some of the expectations that today’s software applications have to meet. Failing to meet customer needs quickly can impact the business bottom line.
Zephyr conducts an annual survey of its 6000+ customers in 100 countries to determine where the testing industry is headed, as well as, better understand the latest trends in all things testing. The resulting data and the Analysis behind it is shared with participants and becomes a benchmark report with which testing teams and departments can measure themselves against.
Managing large quality assurance (QA) teams requires a focused, effective strategy to ensure your
customers are best-served by the software you’re building for them. Having a well-defined process
framework in place will give you a starting point for a planning roadmap, action items to implement, and
metrics to measure your progress. This article lays out one such framework I’ve seen...
Companies implement some flavor of “Agile” for many reasons, most boiling down to “we want to ship better software faster.” Adoption of agile across an organization can be challenging for any group, but it’s even harder for large organizations.