This e-book introduces the reader to the TMMi model for test process Improvement. Today TMMi is the most commonly used model, and as such the de-facto standard, for test process Improvement in the World . Despite encouraging results at various initiatives the IT industry is still far from zero-defects. Also the current shift in many industries and regions to Agile software development has shown to not automatically deliver a higher level of product quality. This is also confirmed by the 12th Annual State of Agile report that reports that a majority of organization using Agile do not receive a benefit in…....
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Erik van Veenendaal, CISA (www.erikvanveenendaal.nl), is a leading international consultant and trainer, and a recognized expert in the area of software testing. Erik is the (co-)author of numerous papers and a number of books on software testing. He is a regular speaker at testing conferences and a leading international trainer in the field of software testing.
Since its foundation in 2002, Erik has been strongly involved in the International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB). From 2005 to 2009, he was the vice president of the ISTQB organization; he currently is the president for the Curaçao Testing Qualifications Board (CTQB).
Erik one of the core developers of the TMap test methodology and the TMMi test improvement model, and currently the CEO of the TMMi Foundation. For his major contribution to the field of testing, Erik received the European Testing Excellence Award (2007) and the ISTQB International Testing Excellence Award (2015).
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