Tag Archives: Quality Assurance
Some debates are not easily resolved. Kanban or Scrum? Vim or Emacs? In the world of software, many technical engineering debates are created but never settled. True, most engineering debates can be emotional or reductionist; however, they often have little to do with actual engineering benefits, but everything to do with opinion. So it raises the question: Which testing method is the best?
One thing we can all agree on is that developers of monolith applications (of varying skill levels) have all at some point updated and patched programs, introduced complex logic, which has caused performance inefficiencies, dead code, and piles of technical debt. It makes things that much harder to change or work with, it creates inefficiencies, and naturally, reworking costs more time.