Writing Testable RequirementsLinda Westfall, The Westfall Team
About the Topic
A requirement is considered testable if an objective, feasible and can be designed to determine whether the software meets that requirement. This webinar provides criteria for writing testable requirements and for evaluating requirements for testability. Detailed tips are provided for writing concise, consistent, unambiguous, measurable and finite requirements. This webinar also provides templates that can be used to convert quality attributes (for example, usability, reliability, and performance) into testable product-level requirements. Attendees will learn how to use test and traceability matrices to define a testing strategy for each requirement.
About the Speaker
Linda Westfall is the president of The Westfall Team, which provides software engineering, quality, and project management training and consulting services. She has more than 30 years of experience in real time software engineering, quality, project management and metrics. Linda is the author of The Certified Software Quality Engineer Handbook from ASQ Quality Press. She is a past chair of the ASQ Software Division and has served as the Division's Program Chair and Certification Chair and on the ASQ National Certification Board. Linda is an ASQ fellow and has a PE in Software Engineering from Texas.