Testability: when your testing problem isn’t testing
If it is hard to test, we have built it wrong”. Being able to deliver software at speed is a competitive advantage in the market. But in many projects, quality slows the project down. Choosing a poor testing approach leads to poorer testability, and poor testability leads to a poor testing approach. Lennart shares his experience on breaking this cycle, identifying different types of testability issues and shifting discussion topics from ‘testing problem’ to ‘testability problem.