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WEBINAR: The Logic of Verification – With Michael Bolton

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Thank you to Michael Bolton for taking the time out to answer questions asked during his webinar ‘The Logic of Verification’  Find the answers to all your questions HERE

 

 

DESCRIPTION:

Software testing is sometimes described as “verification and validation” — according to Wikipedia “the process of checking that a software system meets specifications and that it fulfills its intended purpose”. Yet, if we examine the concept and logic of verification, we quickly recognize that there are serious limitations to what can and cannot be checked and verified. This is not to say that checking is a bad thing — on the contrary; checking can be very valuable. Still, it’s important for testers and their clients to recognize the fundamental limitations of checking, and to address those limitations in our testing strategies.

 

KEY TAKEAWAYS:

In this webinar, Michael Bolton will outline the logic of verification and ways in which we might be vulnerable to false premises and misleading conclusions about it. He’ll also identify ways that we can address those problems by embedding verification in a larger system of testing, experimentation and critical thinking.

 

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Michael Bolton

About Michael Bolton (DevelopSense)

Tester, consultant, and trainer Michael Bolton is the co-author (with James Bach) of Rapid Software Testing, a course that presents a methodology and mindset for testing software expertly in uncertain conditions and under extreme time pressure. Michael is a leader in the context-driven software testing movement with twenty years of experience testing, developing, managing, and writing about software. Currently, he leads DevelopSense, a Toronto-based consultancy. Prior to DevelopSense, Michael was with Quarterdeck Corporation. Michael’s home page is www.developsense.com.

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