How to build an effective User Acceptance Testing (UAT) Team
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The mechanics of team formation are well known, but the User Acceptance Testing (UAT) team has a unique challenge – to acquire the skills it needs, to form an effective team quickly and then to take on a challenging task and complete it in a very short time. This chapter, taken from the book User acceptance testing, a step by step guide, explains how to put together an effective and successful UAT team.  Access >>>

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  • Creating a Successful Team
  • UAT Training Content
  • Basic Disciplines

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