Practical Experiences in Graph-Based Testing

[article]
Summary:

This article discusses design techniques and models implemented in graph-based testing. Test script models are also detailed along with test script development.

This article discusses design techniques and models implemented in graph-based testing. Test script models are also detailed along with test script development.

User Comments

1 comment
LIsa Crispin's picture
LIsa Crispin

Margaret, thank you for taking the time to comment with your excellent observation.

It's hard to separate out cause and effect. I believe the reason my team has been together this long is because we are allowed to self-organize, manage our workload, and implement GOOD solutions to business problems - rather than being forced to deliver quick and dirty hacks. We get so much satisfaction from our work, and from being respected by the business. So I feel it's not the fact that we've been together this long that made us successful - though being together this long allows us to do more and go faster - it's the fact that we were allowed to be successful that kept us together.

Too many companies are continually re-organizing teams and never allow teams time to jell, that's for sure.

March 2, 2012 - 1:00pm

About the author

Alan Richardson's picture Alan Richardson

<strong>Alan Richardson</strong> is an independent software testing consultant based in the UK. Alan spends a lot of time exploring different ways to approach, and think about, his software testing activities. Explore what he's learned by reading his essays posted on his web site at <a href="http://www.compendiumdev.co.uk/default.php" target="blank">www.compendiumdev.co.uk</a>.

StickyMinds is one of the growing communities of the TechWell network.

Featuring fresh, insightful stories, TechWell.com is the place to go for what is happening in software development and delivery.  Join the conversation now!