This publication deals with two major software quality management challenges. The first one involves how to deliver a software product within a competitive time frame and with a satisfying quality to the customer. The second one concerns how to best deal with the growing complexity of software applications using Internet technology. Due to faster development cycles the quality of an application has to be monitored during operation, since the usage of the application and the technology around it might change from day-to-day. The book compiles experiences from different industries and perspectives. Its goal is to give practical insights into high-tech software development projects of today.Customers adapt SAP software to their specific business processes, which have to be verified before usage. ... From a pragmatic standpoint it becomes clear, that it is nearly impossible to be absolutely sure what a manual tester really did, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Software Quality and Software Testing in Internet Times|
|Author||:||Dirk Meyerhoff, Begona Laibarra, Rob van der Pouw Kraan, Alan Wallet|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-06-28|