- "Software is blamed for more major business problems than any other man-made product."
- "Poor software quality has become one of the most expensive topics in human history."
- 20% of defects can trace their origins to faulty requirements.
- Studies by Mitre, TRW, and Nippon Electric have found that 60% of shipping defects can be traced to design time.
- Coding errors account for 25 to 40% of shipping bugs, far less than design-time errors.
- Quality-excellence investments have an ROI of > $15 per $1 spent
Tuesday, March 03, 2009
Software Quality: A Survey of the State of the Art
I happened to come upon an excellent slide show by Capers Jones called Software Quality in 2008: A Survey of the State of the Art. It contains a number of eyebrow-raisers.
Posted by Kas Thomas at 7:33 AM