Posted August 1, 2003 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence Cutter Benchmark Review
Some tasks are never completed no matter how much time we are given. Such is the case with software testing. "There is never enough time for testing," writes IBM's Vaughn Rokosz, "because the number of possible test cases is unimaginably large" . Rokosz is describing a Sisyphean dilemma well supported by a recent Cutter Consortium survey, which found that a lack of adequate time is the most common testing problem confronting software developers.
About The Author
E.M. Bennatan was a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Agile Product & Project Management practice and a contributor to that advisory service, including its survey-based Executive Updates. His extensive hands-on management experience stemmed from many years as Senior Director at Motorola, Inc., developing large software systems and leading multinational design centers. He was also VP of Engineering at Midway Corporation, where he… Read More
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