Today testers are struggling just to make sure the software basically works build-to-build, day-to-day, sprint-to-sprint. If the testers aren’t testing much anymore, what exactly are all those software testers doing?
Why do certain teams see the highest levels of software quality, with defect densities among the best at 90th percentile or better against their peers, while other teams see defects at 3x-4x worse compared to industry averages? What role does time pressure and agile team size play in a company's quality culture? From Agile to Offshore, what conditions are present for QA teams to either have the highest chances for success, while others are blamed for missed deadlines?
Do you want to test it quickly? Manual! Do you want to test it continuously? Automated! And keep experimenting and find out what works in your situation.
PNSQC recently interviewed 2018 Invited Speaker Alan Page on his thoughts regarding modern testing, how testers can be better, and the life signs of QA.
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