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- Simplify Requirements,
- Less time writing test automation,
- Execute tests automatically upon every source change,
- and Report test results back into the requirements; where results belong!
In Hanna-Barbera’s cartoon series “The Jetsons”, George would go to work at Spacely Space Sprockets. He would sit in front of a computer and there would be a button in front of him; kind of like the “Easy Button”. He would press the button and the whole factory would start working. I make the button! More importantly, I enjoy teaching others to create the button too!
I am passionate about finding and leveraging new technology that enables real world productivity improvements for getting to quality software.
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Developing software in most companies starts with a Product Owner who is responsible for identifying and communicating requirements to the Development team (including QA). The process flow usually goes something like this: A Product Owner (or Product Team) -> Collects and writes Requirements in a prose format -> Someone interprets and rewrites tasks for Development …
What does it take to get to quality software? Answering that question is what I have been focused on for most of my career. Through these articles I will share my experiences, challenges, tools, solutions, and benefits.