If there is one thing we learned from the space race of the 1950’s and 60’s, it is that if you throw enough money at a project you can find a way to solve your problems. Unfortunately, today we do not have nearly unlimited government budgets like rocket scientists of old. But what we do have is an entire body of wisdom and knowledge that they learned. This session will explore the concepts of good spacecraft design and how they relate to the modern Software Test Professional today.
What does rocket science and QA have in common?
Adapt and evolve are hallmarks of good QA engineers.
Just because it is rocket science, that does not mean it has to difficult or complicated.
Exploration of Akin’s Laws of spacecraft design and Software QA.
How can we adapt principles of Akin’s Laws into our QA process?