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April 16, 2011  9:22 AM

Most Of Software Delays Are Because Of No Proper Requirements Gathered



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
development phase, implementation phase, project gap, project management, project phase, Project Risk, requirement gathering, requirement phase, Software Project, testing phase

Most of the times the software delays are because of no proper requirements are gathered. Reasons of this could be many like lack of business knowledge of Requirement Gathering Team leaders, lack of experience, inappropriate allocation of time, wrong choice of customer...

September 16, 2009  12:00 PM

Five ways to workout ‘testing effort”



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business rule, business specification, customer requirement, customer specification, development phase, development plan, functional testing, load testing, performance testing, QC, QC head, quality control, software development, software product, Software Project, team size, test case, test effort, Test Plan, tester, testing effort, testing effort estimation, testing phase, testing plan

A new project, a new product development – as a QC head how do you estimate your testing effort? Well, some quick steps for this: 1. Customer requirements: Customer specifications or requirements captured at the time of initial study period would be a quick reference guide for estimating...


July 10, 2009  10:00 AM

If you don’t change with the ‘Change’ you get [ex][change]d



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business requirement, change management, customer requirement, development phase, product delay, product launch, project management, project phase, project timelines, software, software build, software development, Software Project, software testing, test phase, testing

In my June 15 2009 post – “Do’s (+) and Don’ts (X) in Project Management”...


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