Estimation is scientific guessing. The keyword is “Scientific”
To enable good testing, a prior estimation of effort that is close to the intended is critical. Correct estimation is typically understood as the outcome of a rich experience. In short this is good guesswork. The perennial question is “Is there a way to scientifically guess?”. Can there be a set of techniques, principles, guidelines that can allow us to rationally arrive at good estimates? Is there a science of estimation?
…a different prospective on effort estimation. will definitely help me think different.
Sunil Baheti , Blue Star Infotech Limited
…STAG’s good contribution in maintaining the QA process and in bringing out new ideas…helped me in improving my managing skills”.
Pradeep H N , Winfoware
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This program is delivered in two modes:
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Brief about the workshop
This workshop takes a scientific approach to “guessing” the effort. This is done by identifying the potential defect types and then identifying the various activities for uncovering these defects across all the test entities.
The workshop takes a pragmatic approach by detailing a clean activity breakdown approach based on potential defect types. This approach allows us to understand clearly aspects of estimation that are fuzzy, enabling us to question better to arrive at the correct estimates.
Test manager, Project manager, Test lead, Test automation staff.
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