Next gen testers don’t know waterfall

Next gen testers don’t know waterfall is the title of the new blog by . Is that a bad thing you might ask. In his blog Federico takes a statement that I made during the TestingUy conference and adds his own experience. “Based on what I have seen in different places, companies, and contexts”, he states, “the fact that young testers don’t know waterfall software development implies that they maybe:

  • Weren’t trained in test case design techniques
  • Haven’t worked with documentation
  • Haven’t worked with a defined process

You can read the full post and learn about the consequences of this observations on the Abstracta website.

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