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With sufficient software quality to the Moon

The source code of Apollo Space mission (space command module and lunar module) has just been published on Github:

The obvious interest is checking for the Software quality used in the race to the Moon. 83 more words

Allgemeines

An agile approach to quality

This post is about how the mindset and methodologies of our company affects the way we work with quality requirements. It further suggests a five step approach on how to work with quality requirements in an agile setting. 1,725 more words

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No, Siri, I Don’t Want To Go There!

Apple’s Maps May Be Improving, But It’s On A Long Road To Recovery

The Problem

So much has been written about Apple’s Maps app and its really obvious errors—wrong street names, bad address placements, unnecessary steps, etc.—but one issue in particular that remains after so many updates to iOS and repeated bug reports to Apple is so obvious I wonder if the colleges Apple recruits from are teaching graph theory at all in computer science courses anymore.   292 more words

The Danny Test

The Joel Test is a very quick way of measuring the quality of a software engineering team by asking them 12 questions, which can only yield a yes or no answer. 1,543 more words

Computer Science

Testing challenge was amazing! - Day 31 of 30 Days of Testing

When I decided to join 30 Days of Testing challenge, I did not have much expectations. Now, after a month of sticking to it honestly and sincerely every single day, I can admit that I have learned a lot and met some wonderful people on the way! 392 more words

Software Testing

How I helped the account manager to test better - Day 23 of 30 Days of Testing

HELP SOMEONE TEST BETTER

Quality of a product is a very important topic to anyone in the company, so ability to quickly check real-time status of major product’s KPIs is a great skill to have. 287 more words

Software Testing

Where to start if you want to be a speaker? - Day 14 of 30 Days of Testing

STEP OUTSIDE OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE

After attending a few conferences, I realized that a lot of us may feel Impostor syndrome when it comes to professional knowledge. 675 more words

Software Testing