Archive for April, 2014

We have referred to Stochastic Testing in an earlier blog post as an exploratory technique.  We provide a Google definition of exploration below: Exploration – the action of traveling in or through an unfamiliar area in order to learn about it. Stochastic testing is not compliance testing (requirements) even though we are exercising the product […]

The olden days… A long time ago (seemingly) I graduated from university with my engineering degree.  I was lucky, my first job was with a small company and I performed many roles as it applied to developing their new product line.  The product was an embedded strand process control unit. This unit would control older […]

Press Release: Conventional and Agile Project Management Comparison The Metrolina Chapter of the Project Management Institute in conjunction with Value Transformation will present a comparison of conventional project management with agile project management. Hickory, NC — The NC Metrolina Chapter of the Project Management Institute together with Value Transformation are pleased to announce a chapter […]

Models are not new, and neither models in the employ of product development. Product development has always had some basis in discovery and always will. If everything had such a high degree of certainty, likely the product or endeavor has already been done. Developing new things ceaselessly brings questions. To be effective, we want to answer these questions as quickly and as certainly as possible.