Testing by itself does not improve software quality. Test results are an indicator of quality, but in and of themselves, they don’t improve it. Trying to improve software quality by increasing the amount of testing is like trying to lose weight by weighing yourself more often.
How frequently have you encountered people who are neither coding- nor tech-savvy discussing software architecture? How frequently are they decision-makers? Yes, it happens, and everyone who experiences it knows what it causes. The point is to find a way to talk about software architecture with all interested stakeholders (even if they are business/product people who […]
Here is our monthly selection of knowledge on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about hiring software developers, mobile testing, self-organization, technical debt, Agile testing, product prioritization, menu design, project estimating, Agile learning and Devops in large organizations.
Now more than ever, we need to unleash the talent of individuals, teams, and organizations. This might be the only hope we have to not just survive but thrive. But, too often, we put a wet blanket over the fire of innovation and motivation. In the midst of uncertainty, we attempt to control outcomes by […]