requirements

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Agile DevOps Improv(e) Your Requirements
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Improvisational comedy—sometimes called improv—is a form of theater in which the performance is created spontaneously, in the moment. Successful improvisers learn and use a variety of skills and techniques which allow them to better extract ideas, expand on them, and make them meaningful...

Damian Synadinos
Where would you recommend finding the best documentation for Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL)?

Looking to ensure we meet EAL-4 for a product and need looking for the best reference material. Thank you. 

Todd Brawn's picture Todd Brawn
Your requirements to an automated visual regression testing tool?

It seems that a popular approach to QA automation is a quick start to cover a most critical area with automated tests ASAP and then proceed automating other areas of testing. This second phase requires more dedicated tool(s). So, what features are most important for such a tool so that it could be useful for your web application?

Michael Tomara's picture Michael Tomara
What Are the Proper Phases of New Product Development Life Cycle (NPDLC)?

All of us have our own view of what MUST be the proper New Product Development phases. I believe those are:

1. Ideation: Come-up with an idea you think it could be a market winner.

2. Patenting: Evaluate the merit of getting Intellectual Property (IP) protection for your new product idea.

3. Design: Develop non or partially functioning models of your new product idea and start soliciting user feedback.

4. Feasibility Proof: Perform various technical/business studies to determine IF your new product idea is feasible.

5. Development: Develop a product/process to yield a number of fully functioning new product prototypes as if each of them were to be used by the final user/customer.

6. Controlled Field Use Trial: Let potential users use the new product as IF it were purchased by them and generate feedback based on a previously approved protocol.

Costas Chantzis's picture Costas Chantzis
Rich functional set or simplicity & quickness?

Each QA automation team has its own specific priorities when choosing a test automation tool to facilitate the UI regression testing process. But what approach is more popular: a lightweight solution which is simple and quick grasp (but will not cover all your regression testing scope) or a full-scale test automation framework which can do much more but will require lots of time to create and maintain the test coverage? What would you/your team/your manager(s) choose and why?

Michael Tomara's picture Michael Tomara
'efficiency testing' ?

What do you guys think the specifc requirements for 'efficiency testing' would be. The same as those for load testing/response times?

Lin Sargent's picture Lin Sargent
The Role of Testers as Requirements Dealers
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Those of us in the business analyst role are encouraged to communicate with clients, while other roles in an organization may not have the same opportunity. However, talking to clients must not be limited to business analysts. Jyothi Rangaiah believes that testers need to talk to the...

Jyothi Rangaiah
Traceability & Test Coverage in Quality Center - ALM

In the Quality Center Requirements module, should we link test cases at the EPIC or story level for traceability and coverage

K Tolbert's picture K Tolbert
Collocated West Logo From Unclear and Unrealistic Requirements to Achievable User Stories
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"What do you want the system to do?" can be a loaded question for agile teams. Ideally, the product owner gives you a product backlog with fully groomed user stories prioritized by business value, ready for team discussion and estimation. Instead, you may have the “big picture” product...

Jamie Lynn Cooke
Collocated West Logo Great Business Analysts “Think Like a Freak”
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In today's competitive market, employers increasingly depend on business analysts to act as change agents. This puts BAs in the powerful position of influencers—providing the analysis and evidence needed to support an organization’s strategic direction and decision-making. In their book...

Faye Thompson

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