Sunday, April 24, 2011

Acceptance test benefits

I recently watched a webinar from SmartBear about the unexpected benefits of acceptance testing. You can read an overview of it here.

Anyway the topic looked at the long term benefits of acceptance testing (and to a degree regression testing too). They were benefits such as more cost-effective support, better positioning for business change and lower dependency on individuals.

All these are good benefits. I am think that to some they may be unexpected. But to everyone that has a long term interest in acceptance testing it is preaching to the choir. Still I think that the more people make a noise about the benefits of acceptance test activities the more people will adopt good practices in this area.

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