Past application testing centered around making sure code was right, and that all features and functions were being executed properly. However, in today’s Agile development, organizations might be just as inclined to assess quality in terms of active user participation and fast turnaround, instead of just verifying that all features and functions are working correctly.
Just what are the objectives of “quality” in today’s application development, and does this change IT’s approach to quality assurance?
The Impact of Agile
Since the Manifesto for Agile Software Development was originated in 2001, companies and industries have moved…