Feb 26, 2012
Welcome to the Software Process and Measurement Cast 175!
The SPaMCAST 175 features an essay titled Human Interaction While Testing On Two Continents. The essay begins:
Testing is the means of proving that the development process has understood and built what was required. In its purist form it provides a set of proofs that validate the ‘whole’ development life cycle. Regardless of the test model used there is one overriding goal; to deliver the best product possible within the constraints of time, budget and scope. Meeting the goal of testing requires a strong level of interaction and communication between the testing and development teams. This requirement becomes an imperative when testing occurs on two continents.
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The Software Process and Measurement Cast 176 will feature my interview with Jeff Dalton. We discussed Agile, Scrum and the CMMI!