Agile Specification Quality Control (version 23 Jan)

A session at SPA 2012

Tuesday 3rd July, 2012

2:45pm to 4:30pm (GMT)

One-line description: a method for measuring defects (non conformance to standards) of any software document such as requirement or code

Session format: Workshop (75 mins)

1. Participants will carry out QC (Inspection) of a 'top level project requirements document,' supplied by participants or by us, if necessary
2. wrt basic rules of intelligibility.
3. We will measure major defect density, and
4. extrapolate results to true density.
5. We will compare results to a give Defect Level
6. for Exit to next process

Give participants practical experience in a powerful software project measurement technique, which can drive change, personal improvement, and real conformance to best practices (the standards we use in the QC process here for how to write (Rule) and levels of quality (exit level)

A full description of the process is in:
The Paper on Agile SQP as published in Testing Experience 2009, by Tom Gilb

Audience background: any attendee interested in software development best practices, especially quality measurement and quality control

Benefits of participating: practical understanding of a powerful, but quick and inexpensive, practice for software specification quality measurement and control.
(the process is invented by the leaders of the session)

Materials provided:Digital copies of
slides, papers, book chapters, case studies

About the speakers

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Tom Gilb

Teacher Author Consultant bio from Twitter

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Kai Gilb

Teacher, consultant, coach, speaker, author of evo project management for product development. http://KickAssProject.com bio from Twitter

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SPA 2012

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1st4th July 2012

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