Tuesday, 30 October 2012

What is a technical Review?

What is a technical Review?


In Software Testing a Technical Review consists of:

  • Documented, defined defect-detection process that includes peers and technical experts;
  • May be performed as a peer review without management participation;
  • Ideally led by trained moderator (not the author);
  • Pre-meeting preparation;
  • Optionally the use of checklists, review report, list of findings and management participation;
  • May vary in practice from quite informal to very formal;
  • Main purposes: discuss, make decisions, evaluate alternatives, find defects, solve technical
  • Problems and check conformance to specifications and standards.
 

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