Software Quality Assurance VS Software Quality Control

Software Quality Assurance VS Software Quality Control are as in the tabular form:

Software Quality Assurance (SQA) Software Quality Control (SQC)
1. SQA is a set of activities for ensuring quality in software engineering processes (that ultimately result in quality in software products). The activities establish and evaluate the processes that produce products. 1. SQC is a set of activities for ensuring quality in software products. The activities focus on identifying defects in the actual products produced.
2. It is process focused. 2. It is product focused.
3. It is prevention oriented. 3. It is detection oriented.
4. SQA is organization wide. 4. SQC is Product/project specific.
5. It relates to all products that will ever be created by a process. 5. It relates to specific product.
6. The activities carried are:

·         Process Definition and Implementation

·         Audits

·         Training

6. The activities carried are:

·         Reviews

·         Testing


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