ObjectivesUpon completion of the course, participants will be able to apply nine quality control techniques in their software development projects based on their quality-related needs.
Targeted audienceAll development and management positions.
PrerequisiteBasic knowledge of software quality assurance or completion of Software Quality Assurance for Your projects: Step by Step (Course AQ102).
- Usefulness of quality reviews and audits: quality control activities (using an audit list) to prevent errors in software projects
- What differentiates quality reviews from quality audits
- Execution of different quality control techniques: cross-referencing, peer review, technical review, process audit, quality inspection, module acceptance, analytical technique, health test and manager review.
- For each of the techniques outlined above, the following topics will be addressed: overview, execution procedure, form, template and tools required, when to use and practical examples
To find out more about the tenth quality control technique (i.e.: software testing), see Course TL101.