Can defect containment metrics be readily applied at an organizational level when there is only a consistant organizational process framework?
Defect containment metrics, such as total defect containment effectiveness (TDCE) and phase containment effectiveness (PCE), can be used to give a good indicator of the quality of the process. TDCE ...
Every release, our trail of bugs keeps on increasing. These are valid bugs however, we also have to write new features to stay in the competition. Also, those features will be more used than the ...
I'm looking for assistance in figuring out the best approach to managing User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and how users raise defects/bugs - I've been in the situation before of having to deal with a ...
One of the projects I work on is measured by number of issues. Management has given arbitrary (as far as I can tell) measurements that we need to have no more than X number of bugs and Y number of ...
I am involved in a large development project in which we (a very small start up) are developing for an outside client (a very large company). We recently received their first output from UAT testing ...
What is the best way to track defect sources in tfs? We have various teams for a project like the vulnerability team, the customer, pre-sales, etc. We give a build and these teams independently test ...
Also according to Software Testing By Srinisvasan Desikan, Gopalaswamy Ramesh or ISTQB text books. Quality assurance is e.g. reviewing products, inspections, walkthroughs to see if all standards are ...
I have been browsing through some webpages related to testing and found one dealing with the metrics of testing. It says: The severity level of a defect indicates the potential business impact ...