In-phase defect containment

on Feb 16, 09 • by Brendan Harrison • with 1 Comment

Here’s Gwyn chatting about general software development challenges, in particular the whole goal of “in-phase defect containment” – i.e. identifying and correcting defects in the same development phase they’re created. Near the end of the video, there’s a short discussion on how this...

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Here’s Gwyn chatting about general software development challenges, in particular the whole goal of “in-phase defect containment” – i.e. identifying and correcting defects in the same development phase they’re created. Near the end of the video, there’s a short discussion on how this objective fits in an Agile context. With Agile’s focus on the frequent delivery of working software, in-phase containment becomes even more important, even though it’s more often associated with more formal methodologies such as CMMI and Six Sigma.

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