can anyone explain how adopting a life cycle approach as opposed to relying primarily on production acceptance testing would benefit or has benefited your organization? Thanks.
What are your thoughts on this question? What are the expected benefits of a life-cycle approach?
Do you recall that many of us are not in support of supplying answers to exam questions? http://www.qaforums.com/ultimatebb.p...;f=40;t=000218 http://www.qaforums.com/ultimatebb.p...;f=39;t=000588
What is you definition of a Life Cycle Approach?
Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.
~ Winston Churchill ~ ...Rich Wagner
Barry Boehm at USC has done a lot of work on the benefits of finding bugs early. Its twenty times less expensive to find bugs during code reviews than it is during the test phase. Its a hundred times more expensive after turnover.
Robert M. Chapman