Dr. Wayne Taylor - Taylor Enterprises, Inc.
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FMEA for Software Engineers (1 day)
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a risk evolution and management tool used to identify and resolve risks inherit in software. This course covers the step-by-step procedure for constructing an FMEA as well as the overall process for managing effective FMEAs and where they fit into the design process. This course is similar to the course Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, except it focuses on software applications with all the examples, failure modes, risk scales and exercises based on software applications.
Also covers the related tools Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), and Mistake Proofing.
What You Will Learn
All software engineers and other technical staff.
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