ISTQB and IREB are joining forces (42)

When you want a story to draw attention to something you find important it doesn’t necessarily have to be a long one. I think this article is an important message from someone who works in both software testing and requirements engineering.

Requirement Engineering practices, from context analysis through elicitation until documentation and validation, was traditionally seen at the beginning of a development project, or even preceding the project. Testing, especially in a waterfall type software development lifecycle, traditionally took place at the end, when development was finished.

Many of the more than 40 blogs we published on LinkedIn over the last months addressed this as currently we see things differently.

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