So a while back I was approached by DZone for some feedback on software quality. After ranting for an hour I was asked if I would mind writing an article on the topic. So I did and it got published earlier this week.
The short version is that in a modern world with apps on handheld devices and services being important pieces in any application classical testing is not the most cost effective way to make good quality software but rather the ability to monitor and quickly change the application is key to success.
You can read the full article here.
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