Today I had the pleasure of delivering a presentation entitled: Connecting Conversations, Requirements, Construction, and Testing to the Indianapolis Quality Assurance Associations’ symposium. During that talk I promised to make the slides and a web cast (link removed) version of the material available.
The presentation focuses on the need to connect conversations through requirements, design, construction, and testing. Learning how to make sure that everyone knows what they need to know — and eliminating all of the disconnects beween the different parts of the process can make software development easier, and more fun. Learn how to eliminate those awkward situations where development builds something, quality assurance says it fails, and development insists that it matches the requirements. It can also help you identify gaps in the requirements document before they get out of hand.
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