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There’s no shortage of articles on how to improve software quality via process improvement. Today I want to look at things from the other side, from the software
In this post we’ll show what a healthy relationship with code quality looks like. After our introductory post, software quality (‘SQ’ for friends) might seem intimidating, maybe even
In the book How Google Tests Software – Help me test like Google, the authors describe how bugs resulting from incomplete testing are one of the biggest barriers
SpaceX, a pioneer in commercial space transportation, most recently successfully took Astronauts to the space station with their Crew Dragon launch vehicle. SpaceX have essentially gone from a blank sheet of paper and text
Software quality is a vast field, which has been the subject of many studies, standards and tools for a long time (if we think in “Software time”). To
A few years ago I read: “The Phoenix Project” which is a novel about the IT group at a fictional company that’s struggling with maintaining and enhancing their
Unidentical twins Code clones can be elusive. First of all, we’re not talking about the dumb copy/paste textual clones, we’re interested in the harder to see algorithmic kind
The software engineering code of ethics Written in antiquity, the Hippocratic Oath is held sacred by physicians, who continue today to swear that they will uphold its principles
I was asked recently if the number of bugs found is the best measure of the value of testing. Honestly, I had to think about this for a
When a physical product is designed for manufacturing, a lot of time is spent on organizing how the item is built and testing the completed product. Manufacturing issues
To bit or not to bit? Source code is present in pretty much everything we interact with today: phone apps, vehicle GPS, aircraft multimedia or flight controls, technological
Software used to be seen as something that could be written once and used many times without ever “breaking down.” However, that illusion faded when problems began to