Quality Assurance and Project Management:

December, 2011

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December 31, 2011  2:16 PM

All Tech Blogs on Project Management and Quality Assurance on ITKE in 2011



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja

Hey this is the last blogs post for the year 2011. Here is a list of my all blogs written during the year 2011 at ITKE. 1. Jan 12 2011 10:11AM GMT http://bit.ly/hL2AHA Business Value And Software...

December 29, 2011  6:54 PM

A Rich Product Does Not Require Long Praises To Customer



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
software development, software product

Product benefits, if really are there, in it, need not require any long explanations to the customer. Mostly a product rich in features and functionality do not require long introductions. Rather if a product is being tried to be sold with extra bounce of praises, it should be taken as a word of...


December 29, 2011  6:31 PM

Try Swallowing the Pill Smilingly That You Made For Your Customer



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja

It is very tough to swallow the same pill that you manufacture for other when the need is to cater to yourself with it. A product can be counted as product when it generates, not customers, but admirers. It is in real sense a best product, when customer praises about it in front of hundreds of...


December 29, 2011  6:20 PM

A Customer Can Be Blindfolded But Not For A Long Period



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja

A customer during product development might not be able to assess the sincerity and integrity factor in a deeper manner but it can’t be hidden during implementation stage and post-handover stage. Product team or organization may feel happy if the ignorance or non-serious attitude embedded in the...


December 29, 2011  6:11 PM

Benefits of Using Correct Vision During Product Development



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
product development, software product, software testing

6/6 vision is not bad. But having 6/6 and not having a capability to look beyond is something that degrades the value of even the correction vision. It is like something valuable that you possess but are not able to get the best out of it, ever! Planting is one time activity, but it is watering and...


December 28, 2011  6:12 PM

7 Ways in which a Tester can Help in Removing Ambiguities in Business Requirement Document



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business requirement, Software tester, tester

A tester always has an extra edger over developer in terms of looking at the product or requirements through a critique’s angle. If the requirements or product is not analyzed in a different manner, it might look straight, precise and up to the mark at times. The moment you go deeper or look at...


December 28, 2011  5:15 PM

Testers are Either Friends Or Foes of Project Managers



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
project management, project manager, test team, tester

There are different kinds of project managers – those who take testers as a threat and thus treat them as foes and those who take testers are friends and hence always welcome them to put hands on the product in pipeline. Neither of the two is a strange factor. Both scenarios are natural and...


December 26, 2011  7:15 PM

Can a Tester be Called Anti Coder



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
code, coder, coding, developer, programmer, tester, testing

Shall we treat tester as a code destroyer? If on one hand a developer develops a code, a tester always tries to find out the holes in the pot. That is where a conflict on personal level originates when a programmer or coder takes it too personal by getting faults being found out in the code written...


December 25, 2011  7:27 PM

If the Water is Still There is Something Wrong in the Project



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja

Still water leads to getting things rotten or stale. Flowing water keeps it fresh and healthy. Nobody likes a project in a standstill position. It needs to be in a ‘move-on’ condition all the time till it reaches its final position of successful deployment and sign off. Who does not want...


December 25, 2011  7:15 PM

TV Channel Browsing and Project Management



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja

I had some spare time that I planned to invest in watching some useful program on TV. Starting with channel one, moving on to next channel and trying to figure out how useful the coming program would be; I reached to the higher limit of double figure digit of channels but ending up to nothing of...


December 24, 2011  8:34 AM

What Makes a Project Successful



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja

No project is executed and completed without encountering troubles and hiccups. If that could happen plans were not required. There were no monitoring, follow ups, alerts, alarms; if the projects were there to run smoothly and end up in time with success all over. Is it people or process that...


December 24, 2011  8:26 AM

Evolution of Team Work in Project Management



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja

Depending on situation and demand of a project, teams are formed in accordance with the project requirements. Earlier when there was no concept of team it was found that based on tasks assigned to individuals in an organization, small teams used to get evolved automatically since in any kind of...


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