Title: Software testing and quality evaluation
Speaker: Mustafa Sarı
Date/Time: Nov 18, 2015, 13:40
Place: FENS G035
Abstract: Software is developed in the targeted time and cost with the attributes of high quality and reliability. In order to show that the tested software fits the standards and targeted quality criteria as it performs the expected behavior, all software testing activities are executed from the point the project stands. Software testing is an engineering process which ensures the completion of the project at the determined date with the attributes required by the stakeholders. Quality evaluation of a software is the inspection of the software in accordance with ISO 25000 with the quality metrics such as reliability, maintainability, portability, usability and efficiency in order to produce higher quality software.
Bio: Mustafa Sarı graduated from the Computer Engineering Department at Yıldız Technical University in 2008. In 2014 he completed his master degree in the same department. Currently, he continues his PhD at the same university. After working two years as a software engineer in IT company, he continued his career at TÜBİTAK BİLGEM in 2009, currently he works in Software Testing and Quality Evaluation Laboratory as Senior Researcher. He is interested in software testing, product and process quality. He is also a member of Software Test Engineering Programme Committee of Turkish National Software Engineering Symposium.