Quality Assurance and Project Management:



November 23, 2009  10:00 AM

Project Management and the Risk Factor

Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
Project Development, project implementation, Project Lifecycle, project management, project methodology, risk, Risk Management, software development, software management, software requirement, tester, testing

Any software development and implementation project comprises of risks. The visible risks are easy to handle or manage. Invisible risks are more vulnerable. Invisible risks are like volcanoes that can erupt without any warning and can...

April 8, 2009  10:18 AM

10 stages of Risk in software application development and testing

Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
application testing, impact analysis, risk, Risk analysis, risk assessment, risk classification, risk closure, risk identification, risk perception, Risk Plan, risk plan analysis, risk plan execution, Software application, software development, software testing

A risk is a bigger than its size if it is not identified well in advance. An identified risk is as risky as unidentified if its assessment is not done. Risk assessment is useless if there is no impact analysis. Impact analysis has no worth if its countermeasure is not identified. Let us...

April 2, 2009  10:06 AM

Different Software Applications have different set of Risks involved

Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
application availability, bank application, high risk, low risk, medium risk, risk, Risk analysis, risk impact, Software application, software availability, software requirement, software usage, software user volume, vulnerability

Any activity is never without risk involved in it. Risk could be classified in different categories like - low, medium or high depending on its impact, software’s requirements and purpose, software usage, and software user volume. Accordingly the risks are identified or rather perceived. Their...


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