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This one-day course is a blend of lecture, class discussion, video, and a practice inspection. Effective peer reviews of all types of work products are essential if software development organizations are to reduce their cost of producing software. Formal inspections of requirements specifications, designs, source code, and other work products are a proven means for finding errors and improving the quality of software products. This course shows software practitioners how to effectively apply both formal inspections and less formal reviews to software products. The inspection process and roles are described in detail. A practice inspection session will help students learn to conduct effective reviews on their own projects.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
Module 1: Introduction to Software Peer Reviews
Module 2: Software Inspections
Module 3: Other Peer Review Methods
Module 4: Making Peer Reviews Work for You
Module 5: Practice inspection
Before attending this course, the student should have taken or have the equivalent knowledge of the following course:
This course will be useful to software engineers, managers, quality engineers, and others who wish to learn how to systematically search for defects in software work products of any kind. Non-software people who review requirements documents have also found the class to be easy to understand.
1 Day Course