Don't pay for software testing cuts

Michaels, Paul
June 2008
Computer Weekly;6/10/2008, p20
Trade Publication
The article offers the author's comments on why software testing is an important mechanism. Customers and suppliers need to adopt a consistent approach to software development and implementation. They need to be prepared to invest sufficient resources, optimize pre-existing modules and factor the necessary testing procedures into the development lifecycle.


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