Track: Test Strategy & Process
Metrics and data are everywhere, which metrics should I use? What data can I use to help see trending? What make sense for my project? We’ll take a deep dive into some key metrics which can assist your team in go or no-go decisions. Some metrics we’ll review are: EDR (error discovery rate), RSI (requirements stability index), and more. Some other data we’ll review include root cause of defects, pass rates, environmental availability, defect leakage, test effort variance and more. Each company houses their data differently, with that said, we’ll explore ways to get the data you need in order to analyze, learn from and implement recommendations in the future.
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Kim Mahoney – QA Manager, The Hartford
Kim Mahoney has been working at The Hartford for five years and prior to that she’s had over 15 years experience in IT specifically in QA. She has an MBA from the University of Hartford. Kim also has acquired her CSQA (Certified Software Quality Analyst) and AIT (Associate in Information Technology) designations. She serves on the board of directors for QAAC (Quality Assurance Association of CT).