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Old 12-20-2006, 06:54 PM   #1
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LXer: Do you have a mature testing process?

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Or is it just an overhead getting in the way of release?How mature is your testing? Do you slip in a few tests if you have time after the final compile, or are your requirements each defined by a set of tests before you start? Do you review the quality of what you delivered afterwards with a view to doing better next time– or avoid such post-mortems, in case they provide a further opportunity for promoting the guilty and sacking the innocent?



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