Some day, somewhere in the net there was iBlog. It was about everything and nothing. A few persons was reading it, some of them maybe even liked it. But I am not interested in writing about myself anymore. This blog will be about Project Management. Less personal, but in fact it will be my personal tool: to not forget what I have learnt. And what I ll learn in future.
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Validation and Verification: The Difference

At the last SPIN meeting we discussed what's the difference between verification and validation. To summarize, I'll quote prof. Bogdan Wiszniewski, who quoted some common statement (also found in CMMI): 

Verification ensures that you built it right; whereas, validation ensures that you built the right thing.

niedziela, 13 kwietnia 2008, d_l_x

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