Dimensions of Testability

A session at London Tester Gathering Workshops 2016

Friday 3rd June, 2016

9:00am to 9:00am (GMT)

A high degree of testability helps not only testers, but everyone involved in software development. When you make it easy to find important problems, you gain options to take action. Conversely, low testability can be very costly. The ability to identify testability issues early and understand how to address them can help reduce that cost. Testability is integral to almost everything we testers do. It’s one of those things that seems intuitive and easy to understand until you really start to dig into it. We’re going to crack open the world of testability, uncover its different dimensions and their relationships. Participants will build a rich model of testability and use it to question themselves, their environment and their test product. We’ll look at using this model to build testability heuristics and to identify lack of testability. This workshop is aimed primarily at testers but open to anyone interested in learning more about a broader perspective on testability.

After the workshop you will be able to:

Identify testability issues

Have a rich model to help you address testability problems

Have an understanding of dimensions of testability and their relationships

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Maria Kedemo

Software tester, explorer, mother of two girls, foodie, fitness junkie, married to @peterkedemo. Works @houseoftest. bio from Twitter

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Time 9:00am9:00am GMT

Date Fri 3rd June 2016

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