A better way to test – 6

A better way to Test – 6 In our last blog we discussed, as the last point in our list, testing to risk. If you have the risks listed, explained, classified, calculated, ordered and entered into a database, it may be easy to attach testcases to them and determine when you have addressed the risk… Continue reading A better way to test – 6

QA Management – Why Bother?

QA Management – Why Bother? Two weeks ago we asked if QA Management was a oxymoron. Today we are going to partially answer that question with a  NO! In the smallest set of terms; QA Management is there to save a company or organization money and to make a project run more smoothly.