Posts Tagged ‘judgment’

The Importance of Resolution in Bug Systems Rikard Edgren 3 Comments

This post was triggered by blog post Resolved as Not Repro - http://thetesteye.com/blog/2009/06/resolved-as-not-repro/ I believe that bug systems too often are used with onlý a this-project-right-now approach, where you care most about just getting all items dealt with. This is perfectly fine for one-off type of projects, but does not work fully for software where the […]

Measurements/Metrics/Analysis/Judgment Rikard Edgren 1 Comment

At www.context-driven-testing.com you can read “Metrics that are not valid are dangerous.” I believe this is true, but I would rather prefer “Metrics are dangerous.” Uninterpreted measurements are not bad by themselves, but when value is added to them, they become metrics, and dangerous because they state specific things without considering a lot of other things, that […]