UAT – me, how do I do that?

The problem with C Image via WikipediaOTS purchases and traditional testing methods is just that.
Well, it’s just that the methods were designed for a world where teams of engineers spent months writing code and then began to stabilise it and introduce it slowly into the business environment until it was a stable release and a good match for the tightly defined requirements. At least that was the theory,

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Get your Bridger badge and get a link to your web site or profile. Background to the bridger group. Recent research has returned a unanimous demand for a bigger effort from IT professionals to communicate with businesses, to serve business need and to become more user friendly. While there are rights and wrongs and more … Read more

Testing requirements is not optional

Part one – What would you like sir Part two – Requirements,tests, training, help files Part three – Why no project exists onin isolation-whwat should be done Part four – Business rules, Process rules, Process, Data, different viewpoints Part five – Testing requirements is not optional Part six  -Requirements strategy can make or break your project Yes … Read more

Business rules, Process rules, Process, Data, different viewpoints on requirements.

To fully understand requirements it is necessary to break them down and consider each on it’s own merit. First of all requirements come from different viewpoints and these angles must be fully considered.
The key viewpoints to consider are: Business rules, Processes, Process rules, Data rules and models, Operating environment internal and external, Culture, Skills, Adaptability.

Why no project should exist in isolation and what needs to be done

Part one – What would you like sir Part two – Requirements,tests, training, help files Part three – Why no project exists onin isolation-what should be done Part four – Business rules, Process rules, Process, Data, different viewpoints Part five – Testing requirements is not optional Part six  -Requirements strategy can make or break your project How … Read more

Agile development is the opposite of Fagan type process inspection, is this a phenomenon or another short lived fad

  Programming is the discipline of talking pure logic to a machine that will unfortunately take everything you say literally and act upon it. Process, is continuum of actions or mini processes that have inputs and outputs is repeatable. The programme is a process and the programming too is a process.  It is therefore not … Read more

Why you still need business analysts and change managers when you do agile.

The first reaction to the theory of agile is to think something like, ”great, now we don’t to pay business analysts and change manager”. It is logical without a doubt. You are not going to interview stakeholders, try to merge all the information, improve the waste and perfect a new process or design like we … Read more