The Quality Assistance Model: Is it Right for Your Team?
“You’re in quality assurance?” he asked. Yes, came the answer. “So, are you allowed to change the source code for the programs you test?” No, definitely not. “That’s interesting. Then how can you assure quality?” QAs don’t own quality; we’re helping the people who are responsible for the quality and the things that influence it. “Quality Assistance; that’s what we do.” 
The traditional software development model and the associated team structure, often leads to confusion amongst team members as the back and forth transfer of tasks between developers and testers causes work to quickly accumulate and lead to project delays. The stress and pressure of the increased work pace to meet deadlines often affect the quality of the final product.
Join Domain’s Principal Quality Engineer, Przemek Sech, as he explains how the Quality Assistance model and approach significantly reduces conflicts, improves the quality of the software produced, and increases the pace of delivering new functionalities. Together, you will relook at the traditional answers to several vital questions: what is quality, why is it essential, and the difference between Assurance and Assistance?
Learning the team structure built on the Assistance model, including DevOps and other functions
Understanding the requirements necessary to implement this model