Quality Assurance and Project Management:

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August 7, 2009  10:00 AM

Ten Mantras for a software developer



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
application, application building, Application development, application functionality, application performance, Bug, bug fixing, bug identification, bug-free, business process, business requirements, Business Rules, code validation, code writing, collaboration, customer experience, end user, process owner, quality, software, Software application, software build, Software developer, software development, software functionality, software performance, software testing, tester

Lot of efforts can be saved in terms of time and money if we reach to a stage of ‘first time right’ in application development. It has been proven largely that no good application can be built and released without extensive testing. Testing is not developers’ ball game – this is also a well...

May 11, 2009  10:12 AM

Two aspects in Change Management in Software Project



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business critical change, business requirements, Business Rules, business study, change management, customer management, customer requirements, project cycle, Project Development, project implementation, project management, project manager, project team, software development, software implementation, Software Project, software requirements

Change management is a subset of project management. In any software project change is to be managed during the whole cycle of development and implementation. Requirements once specified by customer at the business requirements study phase does not mean that there will be no change in requirements...


March 4, 2009  10:03 AM

10 top “Do this if you want blunders!” in Software Development and Software Testing



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business requirements, change management, Code library, Code repository, development plan, implementation plan, organizational goals, product development, project close-out, project documentation, project management, project methodologies, Project Plan, project standards, Quality Goals, requirements analysis, Risk Management, Risk Plan, software development, software development methodologies, software development standards, Software Project, software quality, Software Repository, software testing, SQA, SQC, test case, test case repository, Test Plan, test standards, time to test, top management requirements

1. Quality Goals are meant only for Quality Department: No department other than quality (project management, product development, documentation, general management etc.) has to read, understand and learn about the quality goals of the organization. It is only the responsibility of...


February 27, 2009  9:54 AM

Software Quality vs Project Quality



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business requirements, customer requirements, fixing of bugs, functional requirements, post implementation phase of project, project close-out, Project Delivery, Project Development, project execution, project implementation, project initiation, project management, project quality, quality measures, quality metrics, quality standards, software delivery, software design, software metrics, software product, Software Project, software quality, software strategy, test case, Test Plan, test results, test scenarios, test strategy

The definition of QUALITY varies in different contexts. On one hand we talk of software quality that means adopting standards and measures to ensure the building of software product that meets all customer requirements (design, interface, business requirements, functional...


January 16, 2009  10:12 AM

Understand customer requirements and make your customer understand



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business requirements, CRD, customer requirements, Customer Requirements Document, defect free software

You not only have to understand the customer but sometimes you have to make customer understand what exactly he requires to enhance his business. Many a times, a customer is not able to chalk out clearly what business requirements he wants to get embedded in the software. He is not clear about what...


January 12, 2009  10:04 AM

Top 5 Quality killers in a software product



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business management, business requirements, customer requirements, defect free software, Development, documentation, Project Development, Project Lifecycle, project management, quality assurance, SDLC, software, software development, software quality, software quality assurance, software requirement, software testing

In software development project what matters most is the timely accurate delivery that gives the benefit of defect free product, customer satisfaction, profits, market edge, growth, motivation across the organization etc. All this is not easy to achieve having so many enemies in and outside the...


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