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How to plan your software test projects

Determining the correct method of software testing is a vital decision for developers. Relying upon inefficient test methodologies can limit an organization's ability to detect and remedy software errors and bottlenecks, severely limiting software quality. This expert Webcast explores the key elements required for effective test projects.

This expert Webcast addresses the common challenges of software testing, highlighting key elements which must be examined when planning a test project. Expert software testers will explore the testing methods necessary to enhance your software project management. You will discover how to create a test plan that best fits your project, what should be included in that plan and review the types of documentation that will be required.


Mike Kelly Kelly Principle Software Test Analyst, Liberty Mutual Mike Kelly is a principle software test analyst at Liberty Mutual. He is also president for the Association for Software Testing and a co-founder of the Indianapolis Workshops on Software Testing. Karen N. Johnson Independent Software Test Consultant Karen N. Johnson is an independent software test consultant. She views software testing as an intellectual challenge and believes in the context-driven school of testing. Karen has 14 years experience in software testing and software test management.
Nov 29, 2007, 09:00 EST (14:00 GMT)

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