Now in its fourth year, the Planit Software Testing Index is independent research on the state of software testing in Australia and New Zealand.
The 2010 Planit Testing Index received a record level of responses, with over 200 organisations participating in this industry-wide survey.
The results of the 2010 Index were presented in a road-show of seminars across Australia and New Zealand, delivered by Chris Carter, Founder and Managing Director of Planit. Chris is the region’s foremost expert in Software Testing, as well as board member of the ISTQB internationally and ANZTB (the local subsidiary).
The videos below provide an overview of some of the key findings from the 2010 Planit Testing Index, presented by Chris Carter.
What is the Planit Software Testing Index?
How many respondents did you get in 2010?
What are the main attitudes towards software testing?
What is the business case justification for software testing?
What are the key findings with regards to project conditions
What were the reported project outcomes?
What factors put a project under pressure?
What strategies do organisations use to counter project pressure?
How do you rate the strategies used to reduce project pressure?
What is the outlook for 2011?
What conclusions can be drawn from the 2010 index?