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    ISO, CMM and IEEE standards

    could any one answer for the following

    what are ISO, CMM and IEEE standards?

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    Re: ISO, CMM and IEEE standards

    This appears to be an interview question and should probably be moved.

    That said, ISO and IEEE are international standards for software development. They contain standards for QA/QC deliverables as well. In some countries, delivering products according to a given standard improve your marketability and assure consistency between companies.
    For QA/QC, the standards are very close to the same in both ISO and IEEE. Test strategies, plans, test cases, etc. are defined.

    CMM is not a standard, it is a measure of corporate maturity in one or more areas. It does not specify what deliverables are required; it specifies the attributes of a given process. For example, IEEE standard specifies test case format. CMM merely says whatever documents are produced are produced consistently (every time), that the process is documented and everyone understands how to produce the deliverables, and that the process is repeatable. At a high level of maturity, it states the process is continually improved. CMM does not "care" about specific format of those documents. Again, being awarded a high CMM rating is often a marketing tool for companies, depending on their region.

    - Linda

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    Re: ISO, CMM and IEEE standards

    Linda - I believe that was Jake's original supposition, and was told it was not.

    Saisridhar - I'm curious if you looked in this forum, let alone searched, before posting this question here. There are threads on the first page that address portions of your question for these, including where to find more information. Additionally, the search feature here is pretty good. If you're not finding what you're looking for, perhaps being a bit more specific will help us answer your questions.

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