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Re: quality assurance question


  • Subject: Re: quality assurance question
  • From: "Lawrence Roberts" <robertslaw@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2000 13:30:31 GMT

fixed

Thank you! I downloaded the book from qco400.com yesterday and I can tell 
you there is a lot of great information in there that will definetly help 
both my programming and Q/C operations in addition to helping me close on my 
projects. For the price, I would recommend it everybody.

Lawrence Roberts


>From: "Wayne Achenbaum" <wache@slomins.com>
>Reply-To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
>To: <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
>Subject: Re: quality assurance question
>Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 13:01:08 -0400
>
>You're right. There hasn't been much written about quality assurance but a
>guy I worked with for many years just recently published a very good book
>that was written specifically for AS/400 environments. It may be just what
>you're looking for.
>
>The book clearly defines all the elements necessary in establishing an
>effective quality assurance plan and contains some very helpful information
>on debugging skills, programming techniques, testing practices and
>maintaining a positive relationship with your users or customers.
>
>I learned a lot about Q/A from working with this guy and I can tell you
>honestly that reading this book will give you a much better understanding 
>on
>how to produce tighter and more manageable systems.
>
>The book is available on the internet right now and I believe you can find
>it at WWW.QCO400.com. Check it out.
>
>
> > Does anyone know where I can pick up some literature on quality 
>assurance
> > procedures for AS/400 projects?
> >
> > I've been "crisis" managing ERP projects for the past five years with
> > basically the same result each time: the cycle completes on or close to
> > deadline, but the number of breakdowns the staff must overcome to reach
>that
> > point leaves very little to be enjoyed.
> >
> > The problems that occurred during programming, quality control and
>software
> > implementation could have been reduced considerably had we followed a
>strong
> > quality assurance program designed specifically for these type projects.
>I
> > heard there were a few books out there but I cannot seem to find one.
> >
> > 
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