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Friday, February 26 • 14:45 - 15:30
R12: Recognizing Challenges Beyond Functional Testing - CLOSED

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“After, you could check, I don’t know, localization, performance and usability. You know, the stuff you testers do…” This is an actual statement that was delivered to me by my very experienced software developer colleague. And it is a developer who gets that testing is something that is necessary for a successful project and he is doing his best to learn more about it so he can be better at understanding it. But what actually is a problem here is that we, as testers, are too often buried in functional testing. And besides that, functionality is not and should not be the only quality attribute of the software we should pay our attention to. So, is there a way to know how we can contribute to a project in order to deliver it in time with required level of quality? Are we aware of things that we might ask or do in order to make our (and everyone else’s) lives easier? If these questions are laid before most of the software testers they will most probably reference to an ISO/IEC 25010:2011 or another methodology or a standard in order to look for the software quality attributes. Problem with those is that they are too elaborate, detailed to remember it easily and questionable in many ways. This presentation is the result of a search for a model that will enable a software tester to properly define context of the software under test and compose such questions, which will result in a list of tasks that should be performed in order to deliver a successful product.

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avatar for Uros Stanisic (RS)

Uros Stanisic (RS)

Test Manager, Execom
My name is Uros and I’m a software tester. I’ve been testing, leading, managing and coaching for 9 years so far. I’ve started with knowing nothing about testing and not having anyone to ask. Having that in mind I worked hard on gaining knowledge and experience which later lead to establishing a testing organization within our company. We, early testers, have proven how valuable we can be and that development is not the sole... Read More →


Friday February 26, 2016 14:45 - 15:30
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