Archives for October 2017

Published on October 30, 2017

Re-imagine Quality

Getting quality right has never been easy. In the good old days, the recipe for quality, at least, was clear: get your requirements right, get your plan right, get your process right, detect deviations early, find and eliminate the root-causes. By definition, good quality equaled to absence of bad quality.

Published on October 2, 2017

In Search of Acceptable

I was a Microsoft-man for two decades. Unlike most other people I thought Microsoft did well with quality. I acknowledge that they shipped too many bugs. Every now and then they failed miserably with the user interface. Sometimes there were compatibility problems, too. However, the products were designed for purpose and they were easy to learn.