What would a quality program look like if there were no testing? In fact, what if there were no testing, no inspections and no reviews; no form of feedback at all? Quality Management plans often focus too heavily on inefficient feedback mechanisms to assure excellence. This video discusses quality issues facing the software development community and how they can be solved through solid management practices. Many managers look to inspection techniques (testing, code inspection and formal requirements reviews among others) to improve the quality of the software they produce. These techniques are important but only serve to report the state of quality. However, quality, it is not about catching it, it’s about creating it.
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