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The growing importance of software in Formula 1

The growing importance of software in Formula 1 ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

We are all very well aware that software has taken up an increasingly important role in all of our daily lives, but every now and then I encounter a new area where software is playing an ever-greater role. The latest interest being Formula 1 (F1) racing. Formula 1 is, by its nature, a sport that […]

Incorporating the Software Test Team into the Software Requirements Creation Process – Part 3

Incorporating the Software Test Team into the Software Requirements Creation Process – Part 3 ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

This is the last post in a series on “why incorporate the test team into software requirements creation earlier” – for the first post, click here; for the second post, click here. In the first part of this series on the role Testers can and should play in the requirements creation process, I stated that […]

Incorporating the Software Test Team into the Software Requirements Creation Process – Part 2

Incorporating the Software Test Team into the Software Requirements Creation Process – Part 2 ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

This is the second post in a series on “why incorporate the test team into software requirements creation earlier” – for the first post, click here. The downsides to not integrating the Test organization into the requirements creation process are rework, schedule slippage, scope changes and budget overruns. Bringing the Test team into the picture much […]

Incorporating the Software Test Team into the Software Requirements Creation Process – Part 1

Incorporating the Software Test Team into the Software Requirements Creation Process – Part 1 ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

A lot of the popular literature, training, documentation and processes related to the management of Software Requirements in an organization are typically focused on two constituencies – Users and Developers – and thus miss an important constituency, Testers. User is the catch-all term for anyone who may use the software being created. They typically define […]