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Measuring the execution performance of a testing team

There’s no replacement for good management. The leader of a team shouldn’t need artificial methods to know whether the group or one of its members is not performing correctly. Having said that, a responsible Test Team Manager should always track and analyze objective and empirical measurements of her team; these metrics will provide very little […]

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Are we there yet? Using Bug Charts to determine the completion of your Development Project

Bug Charts – What are they and why do you need them Ever gone on a long car trip with kids? After some time they start growing restless and begin asking every 5 minutes (if your lucky) ARE WE THERE YET? ARE WE THERE YET? ARE WE THERE YET?!?!?! I’ve had similar experiences in Development […]

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Improving the efficiency by keeping track of your waste

All development organizations have a number of recurring events that waste the time of their teams. When reviewing the subject of Defect Lifecycle Management two of the most important undesired incidents are : (1) Rejected Defects – Defects that are reported by the QA and rejected by the product or development teams. (2) Reopened Defects […]

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