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Measuring the Immeasurable

, 11 Dec 2007 CPOL
An article that discusses the importance of ruberics for software products - collections of software experiences, as well as requirements and defect counts, can be used to improve the overall quality of the product.
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Jonathan Garrison

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Jonathan Garrison works for IBM Rational Software as a Software Test Engineer for the Rational Performance Tester product. He has worked in the software field for nearly 10 years, with experience that includes software development, test design, functional test automation and performance testing.

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