Writing Good Test Requirements
Statistic show that most of the bugs in software applications derive from incomplete or inaccurate functional requirements. Before new code is designed, it is crucial to finely revised and rewrite the requirements. Ambiguous and even just unclear requirements cause faulty code and expensive software products that do not deliver the intended vision and customer values.
Writing good requirements in general and test requirements in particular is a main element in reducing the cost of software. When the requirements are clear, the product manager can clarify the needs of the customer and the developers can understand what the need to code. Poorly written requirements directly increase bug numbers and the probability for bugs in production.
Bugs elimination and early discovery is critical for high quality software the writing good test requirements is a key element in achieving it. In the workshop, testers will learn how to write good and even great Test Requirement