By Michael Bolton
If you’re a tester, you’ve probably been asked, “Why is testing taking so long?” Maybe you’ve had a ready answer; maybe you haven’t. Here’s a model that might help you deal with the kind of manager who asks such questions.
Let’s suppose that we divide our day of testing into three sessions, each session being, on average, 90 minutes of chartered, uninterrupted testing time. That’s four and a half hours of testing, which seems reasonable in an eight-hour day interrupted by meetings, planning sessions, working with programmers, debriefings, training, email, conversations, administrivia of various kinds, lunch time, and breaks.
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