“There are those that make things happen, those that watch things happen, and those that don't know what's happening” -- Quality Assurance Institute
Economics of Continuous Testing
Abstract: This WEBinar
illustrates how testing throughout the life cycle will
save large amounts of money and time.
Investing small amounts of time before coding is
complete will save major amounts of time and money in
subsequent testing efforts.
How do you save money by testing
continuously throughout the development life cycle? How
do you specifically compute the
amount of money saved by injecting specific amounts of
testing early in the life cycle? Why are defects introduced early and
found very late the most costly to remove? Why are so many people still think
testing is done as a single life cycle phase? We'll also
cover the importance of both
verification testing and validation testing.
The Focus. This practical, IT based Testing WEBinar shows the economic value
of doing testing of computer software continuously throughout the
development life cycle, not just during the execution-based
While many practitioners understand this principle in concept,
they are unable to explain the value of this to their
management. This WEBinar demonstrates how to verbalize this
savings in economic terms, which is the language of management:
Wed. March 6, 2013
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