What Should Quality Mean To Your Developers?
By: Nikki Dent
Everyone is looking for a quality software solution or website, but what does “quality” really mean? It’s one of those terms that gets thrown around a lot, but it means different things to different people. Quality is not only about delivering a solution that works now, but it also encompasses building the technology correctly and avoiding technical debt so you can quickly make adjustments in the future. Naturally, the solution also needs to perform as expected and provide a great user experience that encourages adoption. But the reality of development is that no solution is finished at version one, so quality must be considered beyond your first deployment and include a plan for delivering an ongoing experience.
We believe that to achieve the best user experience and accuracy, development teams should focus on building a scalable infrastructure for the solution and setting a strategy for testing and continuous improvement. Let’s take a closer look at how these two pieces affect quality.
Testing & Continuous Improvement
DevOps Helps the Process
About Nikki Dent
Nikki is a technical copywriter for Aptera. With a bachelor’s degree in writing from Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Ind., she has been honing her craft of marketing copywriting for the past six years. In her role at Aptera, Nikki enjoys learning and writing about the technology and strategy at work across the company.