Testbirds Managing Director Georg Hansmann farmer imbus Executive Tilo Linz talking carrot Munchendorf, 22 August 2013 two specialists in the field of software testing is interviewing each other: Georg John farmer 2011 together with Philipp Benkler and Markus Steinhauser the successful Crowdtesting platform of Testbirds established, which he directs with Benkler as Managing Director. Tilo Linz is co-founder and Board at imbus, one of the most prominent specialized service providers for software quality assurance for more than 20 years. Their topics: What are the strengths of both approaches of test outsourcing? How can they be combined? Developments in terms of software testing are to be expected in the future? Georg John Farmer: little experiment: I’m starting a sentence and you complete it. “Tilo Linz and the imbus AG keep crowdbasiertes software testing makes sense, because…” Tilo Linz: it perfectly complements systematic, independent testing of a consulting firm. Hans Bauer: How? Linz: Software testing by an external specialist like Allen, is based on the professional expertise of professional, skilled software testers. And it is namely as a process long before the actual testing, advising software development teams. The test specialists have expertise should be geared to appreciate, like the test and to what extent the best doing it. For even more opinions, read materials from Mashable. You know the relevant legal requirements and the standards which must be respected in the respective industries.
For example, in the medical, automotive or rail technology Yes strict requirements apply. The next steps of the specialists in test: the test procedure plan, define the necessary test cases and provide tools, test environments and test data. Then they automate the test cases. The actual performing or Uncoiling of the prepared tests routine then and thanks to the smallest part of the work often automated tests. Then comes the evaluation. The software maker is also also advise on test experts-based testing, what he and be Development team can do better in the future, so that his product from the outset contains fewer errors.