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Project Phase 6 - Training | Project Man
1/28/2009 9:53 AM
[...] Phase 5 - Testing [...]
Project Phase 7 - Deployment | Project M
2/7/2009 10:01 PM
[...] Phase 5 – Testing [...]
When the Client Just Can’t Do UAT
4/16/2009 4:19 AM
[...] discussed User Acceptance Testing (UAT) earlier as part of Project Phase 5 – Testing. I mentioned that it is critical that the customer come up with their own test scripts and [...]
Never Say No to the Customer | Project M
4/27/2009 6:05 AM
[...] hours of additional Design work, 10 hours of additional Development work, and 3 hours of additional Testing work. This is 18 hours of additional work and if your organization is billing at, say, $150/hour [...]
A Quick Guide Project Management Methodo
7/15/2009 12:02 AM
8/4/2009 7:58 PM
Great article, excellent job summing up what can be a huge subject. Thanks
I wish you had clarified that successful testing:
a) begins with accurate requirements
b) may start along with the development process, in terms of understanding the design, and includes the unit testing of developed modules.
c) is best when testers take an approach that is independent from the actual designers.. That is, integration and system testing is not under the control of the software organization.
8/6/2009 6:58 PM
Carol - Thanks for responding and those three points are excellent concepts for successful testing - I agree that those could easily be included....
Equipping Your Mobile Project Staff - Pa
8/17/2009 9:00 PM
[...] – especially to kickoff the project or to kickoff particular phases like design, development, testing, [...]
Testing Practices and Processes Defined
8/28/2009 4:37 AM
[...] of any project is the testing that is performed during Development by the delivery team and during Testing by the delivery team and the customer User Acceptance Testing (UAT) team. Testing, of course, is [...]
Managing Multiple Projects - Stagger the
8/31/2009 6:58 AM
[...] vary by phase – and are weighted more heavily at the front end and usually then again around Testing and Deployment. The lull usually occurs with Design and Development – phases that require much [...]
Closing Out the Project - Part 1 | Proje
10/2/2009 11:17 PM
[...] did we provide weekly status reports, was training completed successfully and signed off, was user acceptance testing (UAT) fully completed including re-review of all issues and did we get official signoff, [...]
3/23/2011 5:17 PM
i'm a new superintendent and going to my first kick off meeting where i may be unformilure to some of the subject's being talked about (e.g.) estimate,breakdown review,spec review,contract reviewetc.i woul like to know if there are any questions that you may have to help me with my first meeting. iam familiar with projectat hand justdont want to have nothing to bring to the table thanks for your help
5/29/2012 8:29 AM
i want some some information about the testing that how i used the test our project..
2/18/2013 4:13 PM
Question. The conflict of interest statement, "It is a serious conflict of interest to have the delivery team create test scripts for the customer to utilize during UAT.". I agree with this however, having trouble justifying. I am in a situation where developers are asking for UAT cases prior to deploying the UAT environment. I have serious issues with this as they can code to "meet/pass" . Can you provide some more detail of "why" is it a serious conflict other than the obvious? Any help you can provide, it is greatly appreciated.
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