Build a Software Quality Assurance Program
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Misunderstood expectations of product quality and poorly managed QA practices often leads to:
- Low-quality products that are not well received by stakeholders and unstable in production environments.
- Insufficient and unachievable test coverage.
- Wasted effort resourcing and performing tests that are low in priority or redundant.
A strong foundation for quality built upon common understanding of priorities enables you to:
- Focus testing resources and effort on the tests that really matter.
- Achieve continuous validation and verification of work across the entire delivery pipeline.
- Establish clear accountability of quality assurance capabilities.
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Module 1: Define Your QA Process
- Discuss your quality definition and how quality is interpreted from both business and IT perspectives.
- Review your case for strengthening your QA practice.
- Review the standardization of QA roles, processes, and guidelines in your organization.
Key Benefits Achieved
- Grounded understanding of quality that is accepted across IT and between the business and IT.
- Clear QA roles and responsibilities.
- A repeatable QA process that is applicable across the delivery pipeline.
|1.1||List your QA objectives and metrics.||
|1.2||Adopt your foundational QA process.||
Module 2: Adopt QA Good Practices
- Discuss the practices to reveal the sufficient degree of test coverage to meet your acceptance criteria, defect tolerance, and quality definition.
- Review the technologies and tools to support the execution and reporting of your tests.
Key Benefits Achieved
- QA practices aligned to industry good practices supporting your quality definition.
- Defect tolerance and acceptance criteria defined against stakeholder priorities.
- Identification of test scenarios to meet test coverage expectations.
|2.1||Define your defect tolerance.||
|2.2||Model and prioritize your tests.||
|2.3||Develop and execute your QA activities.||
|2.4||Communicate your QA activities.||