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Jon D Hagar: The Impact of ISO29119 Software Testing Standard in the World
Published:2014-09-02 Hits:1875

ISO 29119 is a five-part software testing standard that has been in work for 5 years and was driven by 20 participating countries, including China. The Standard is comprehensive, addressing test basic concepts, definitions, generic test processes, documentation, and techniques, which replaces numerous IEEE and national standards.

 

The 5th CSTQB International Software Testing Forum 2014 has invited Mr. Jon D Hagar to deliver the speech “The Impact of ISO 29119 Software Testing Standard in the World”, which will consider what testers should know about this standard, how it was developed, and what types of software testing projects might be impacted by the standard.

 

Mr. Jon D Hagar is a systems-software engineer and testing consultant supporting software product integrity and verification and validation, with a specialization in mobile and mobile software systems. For more than thirty years, Jon has worked in software engineering, particularly testing, supporting projects including control systems (avionics and auto), spacecraft, mobile-smart devices, IT, and attack testing of smart phones. Jon helped establish ISTQB in the USA board and write test questions.

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