Yesterday I read an article by Ramon Anger and Surabhi Vohra titled Quality through Agility (Objektspektrum 4/2014 – in german). And once again I found something which happens way too often when someone advocates agile. Ignoring the facts. When citing a survey result (http://softwaretest-umfrage.de/Broschuere_Softwaretest_in_der_Praxis.pdf) that claims, that there are no Continue reading Quality through Agility? It aint that easy.
Quality is a rather elusive property of a product. And more often than not quality is defined by its absence. Sentences like “The quality of this product has to improve” are as commonplace as they are vague. Why is that? First, quality is not one property, but is determined by Continue reading The Quality Foundation – Be clear about the Goals
This is a revised version of an article posted on May 13, 2014 Introduction Someday back in the year 1999 I was visiting my parents and, to my utter surprise, saw my father brooding over a stack of line printer output five inches high. I do not remember whether it Continue reading Revised Musings on Just Enough documentation