12th May 2017

by Paul Szymkowiak

Quality is something that each of us have deep experience with. We believe we understand what quality is, however it’s often a surface deep understanding. When put to the task of actually defining it, we often struggle – in many ways, it’s an unknown.

During 2014 – 2015, a wonderfully elegant and deceptively simple framework for thinking about quality was nurtured into existence in the fertile soil of the Context-Driven Testing community. This talk introduces that framework, discusses it’s flexibility and easy-of-use, offers some examples of its ability to be broadly applied, and tells an outline story of the process that was taken to create it.

If you have been looking for a coherent and consistent approach to discussing quality, understanding what matters, or struggling to gain alignment with your peers or teams on anything related to quality, this talk will be a helpful. You’ll gain an insight into and appreciation for the issues the framework addresses, a basic introduction to the approach, and where you can learn more.

 

Key Takeaways

This talk introduces a refreshingly simple, flexible, and easy-to-use framework for thinking about quality, offers some examples of its application, and tells an outline story of the process that was taken to create it.