Business Analysis / UAT
The project sandwich
Judy McKay, CTFL-AT, CTAL Full, CTEL-TM Full, CTAL-SEC, CTAL-TAE
This presentation covers the importance of the business analysis/requirements gathering at the beginning of the project and how that relates to the UAT at the end of the project – and, of course, the influences of these activities throughout the project.
You will leave this breakout with:
- A good understanding of the importance of good business analysis
- Knowledge of how to apply the outcome of the business analysis to testing
- An understanding of how the business analysis relates to the UAT and how to help guide a successful UAT
The Stars Align: Business, Development, and Testing
This workshop will cover business analysis and its importance in product development. It will also cover how business requirements can be used to drive development using Behavior Driven Development (BDD) and its predecessors Test Driven Development (TDD) and Acceptance Test Driven development (ATDD).
Judy McKay has spent the last 20+ years working in the high tech industry with particular focus on software quality assurance and software testing. She has managed departments encompassing all aspects of the software lifecycle including requirements design and analysis, software development, database design, software quality assurance, software testing, technical support, professional services, configuration management, technical publications and software licensing. Her career has spanned across commercial software companies, aerospace, foreign-owned R&D, networking and various Internet companies. As part of her volunteer service, she is currently the Vice-President of the American Software Testing Qualifications Board.