Risk-Based Testing: Better Focus, Better Products
On your development projects, is testing all too often conducted under severe pressure due to limited resources and a challenging time schedule? Risk-Based Testing (RBT) helps to optimize the allocation of resources and provides decision support for effective project management.
RBT applies the proven principles of risk management to create a hierarchical testing strategy. RBT supports a better understanding on what risks are going to have the greatest consequence on a project and what risks are most likely to happen, then creating a test plan around both. In short, RBT provides your team with clarity and focus to drive an effective and efficient testing program, leading to a better product.
This presentation will consider questions like: Where do we test to get the most bang for our buck? What do we test first? How do we decide what not to test?
• Define risk-based testing
• Explain why risk-based testing is needed.
• Identify a checklist of drivers of quality risk that informs testing strategy
• Compare five techniques for analyzing quality risks
• Identify a nine-step approach to do risk-based testing.
Date and Time
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM Free Food and Networking
6:15 PM - 7:45 PM Scott's Presentation and Q&A
Concurrency Inc 13600 Bishops Ct, Brookfield, WI 53005 Click here for map.
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