Welcome to this week’s Blog Spy, our round-up of the best software testing blogs and blog posts from the last week. This week we share stories on the unautomated tester, fixing Agile teams, Agile metrics and more.
How to fix agile teams that are notoriously bad at hitting release dates – Dr. Sven Jungmann & Alex Loijos
In a insightful article on getting your Agile team right, the idea of using reference class forecasting to end overspends and project delays is explored. Does it work? You will have to read on to find if so.
Read More about fixing Agile Teams here
Viktor delves into the dictothomy of manual and automation testing. Can you be one but not the other? Viktor explains why he thinks the answer to that is no.
Read More about Test Notes in User Stories
BDD adaption by the whole development team can be rare. Here Angie explores the reasons why it might not work and why only adapting some parts of the BDD process can add more workload to your testing.
Read More about BDD and Testing here
In a long form post, Jeff explores the file of exploratory testing with the aid of interactive fiction; a form of expression which involves programming such that a reader is presented with a story that can be explored.
Read More about Exploratory Testing
Madison discusses how the testing industry has changed in 2016 and examines what we should expect for 2017.
Read More About Agile in 2016