Category: Testing roundup

Bad Meaning Good

Good Products Bad Products by James L. Adams seeks, according to its cover, to describe “essential elements to achieving superior quality.” Sounds good! As I said in my first (and failed) attempt to blog about this book, I’m interested in quality. But in the introduction (p. 2) Adams is cautious about what he means by…

A Practical Approach to QA Transformation in a Global Enterprise

Enterprises today are ever more focusing on building business applications that can support and boost growth and create a much more sustainable business environment. Enterprises that lag in IT adoption and are unable to go with the trending technology requirements are bound to disappoint their customers. In fact, per a recent Forrester Research, an overwhelming…

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