Get It Right from the Start

Most of the software quality improvement practices proposed over the years have focused on helping testers find defects in code rather than to prevent the defects in the first place. Product quality has suffered from this approach. One of the key principles of Lean-Agile Software Development is to "build quality in". This means, as much as possible, to eliminate defects right from the start or fix them right away so that they do not remain. In this featured article, Jean McAuliffe explores several different quality assurance practices based on Lean-Agile principles that are required to address the defect crisis we find ourselves in.

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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

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