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TMMi, the successor of TMM, was first published in 2008. Since then, a lot of organisations have used it to assess or improve their test processes. Jan Jaap Cannegieter used TMMi in Telecom, public services, finance and utility. Based on over 25 assessments conclusions about the level of testing in The Netherlands can be drawn:
- Which areas of testing are well developed?
- Which areas of testing are not well developed?
- What conclusions can be drawn based on these data?
These questions will be answered in the presentation. The main conclusion will be that those areas that can easily be influenced by testers are quite well developed; test process improvement is something done by testers in their cave! The areas where other stakeholders need to participate are not that well developed. So to improve testing we need to involve other stakeholders better. The way we should act to involve the relevant stakeholders will be explained and analyzed.
Jan Jaap Cannegieter is a leading test, QA, CMMI and requirements expert in the Netherlands. He has 20 years of experience in ICT, starting with software testing and quality assurance in ICT-projects. In the last few years he has completed several TMMi test process improvement, CMMI, SPI and requirements projects. In addition to his assignments, Jan Jaap is Vice President of SYSQA B.V., a company of 180 employees specializing in requirements, software testing, quality assurance and software process improvement. Jan Jaap is the writer of several articles and books, including The little
TMMi. Jan Jaap was a member of the TMMi development team and is TMMi accredited lead assessor.