Malaysian government to make it mandatory for IV&V to be a component of its critical & high impact ICT projects MAMPU also aims to get academia to be involved in the IV&V initiative to help create a virtuous cycle
2017 has been a busy year for the Malaysian Software Testing Board as its president shares with Karamjit Singh.
It's almost the toughest article DNA writers have to do, picking their Fave 5 stories of the year past. Here Karamjit Singh shares his favourite stories.
Despite the looming demand for third party testing in Malaysia, its software companies are not willing to upskill themselves.
Malaysian public sector upskills its technical chops and will mandate independent third party testing to get better quality project delivery.
In Malaysia, strong demand for third party software testing on horizonMampu, the defacto IT lead agency for the Malaysian government is working with the Mnistry of Finance to make IVV mandatory for critical and high impact software projects.
Prof Jasbir Dhaliwal, chief innovation officer at the University of Memphis, is excited over Malaysia’s public sector Independent Verification and Validation policy for software, and tells Karamjit Singh why this is going to change things.