Not being part of any of the tech teams that had to work on healthcare.gov. Those poor guys…

But when prompted in questioning, they said that “end-to-end” testing of the system began unusually late for such a large and complex project.

Campbell and Andrew Slavitt of Optum/QSSI said integrated testing was conducted in just the final couple of weeks before the website’s launch date of Oct. 1

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/2013/1024/Not-enough-pre-launch-testing-of-Obamacare-website-contractors-testify

Ugh

His company also said it is preferable to conduct final end-to-end testing months ahead of time.

“Ideally, integrated testing would have occurred well before,” Slavitt said.

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2013-10-24/obamacare-contractors-say-final-testing-of-website-was-limited

I never really thought my degree (Bachelors in Political Science) & my job (QA Analyst) would ever collide like this…and man…I feel bad for everyone on this project.

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