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Category Archives: Agile Testing

  • Turbo Response Accelerator- Approach on Shift-Right Testing Strategy

    Today, DevOps is increasingly becoming the way to develop, test, and operate. This warrants to build quality from the very beginning, starting with requirement gathering stage till deployment and operation. Speed and continuous delivery of software is key to survive …

  • Testing in Agile: 5 Tips for Building your Test Team in Agile

    Testing in Agile is not easy. Everybody is talking about test engineers as part of Scrum teams, but what happened to the test team? Is there a place for a test team in the Agile world? Although there is no …

    • 08/06/2017
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    • Posted by Aleksandar
  • Agile for StartUps – Why Startups Love Agile

    Unlike the already established large organizations, which tend to oppose taking big risks and already have a detailed process set in place, startups are considered to be risk takers. Big companies use the typical “waterfall” methodology in order to manage …

    • 11/05/2017
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    • Posted by Blake
  • What is Agile Testing and How to Avoid Agile Pitfalls

    Agile development methods can help organizations speed up their software production cycles while maintaining strict quality assurance guidelines. The software development market has never been as competitive as it is today. More organizations are throwing their hats into the ring, …

    • 22/03/2017
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    • Posted by Daragh
  • Busting A Testing Myth: Roles Merge in Agile But Will Not Disappear In The Near Future

    This is the first part of the new series on Huddle; Busting a Testing Myth. Each month we invite members of the community to share some aspect of the software testing industry that they think is generally accepted but might …

    • 15/03/2017
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    • Posted by Alexander
  • “United Colors” of Usability: How to mix and match DIY Usability Testing with Agile

    Introduction: “We are all Users under the skin” In the era of global digitisation, living in society that is always online, we can easily witness the appearance of a new widespread cohort called the User. And there can be no geographical, …

    • 13/03/2017
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    • Posted by Katsiaryna
  • Some Good Practice for Agile Methodology

    While the process framework behind Scrum and Agile in general gets you thinking about how you organise the work and the facilitate the team, it’s only half the story. For software development teams there are some engineering practices that can …

    • 20/10/2016
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    • Posted by Rohit
  • How to “Shift Left” While Building Test Cases at the Same Time

      It is difficult to pick up a piece of marketing material nowadays without the phrase “Shift Left” being used in the first paragraph. The idea of doing something better and quicker by attacking the guts of the problem earlier …

    • 07/09/2016
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    • Posted by Georgina
  • DevOps and Shift Left

    DevOps is a practice that emphasizes the collaboration and communication of both software developers and other IT professionals. Many leading companies are adopting DevOps within their organization as a strategic capability to provide competitive advantage. DevOps’ adoption is rising, although …

    • 30/08/2016
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    • Posted by Georgina
  • Software Quality is a Shared Responsibility

    ‘Agile’, ‘Scrum’, ‘Kanban‘, ‘DevOps’ are words that are used a lot nowadays. Almost every organisation is looking for a new or other way to develop software or is already doing it. We noticed that many organisations have different reasons for …

    • 23/08/2016
    • one comment
    • Posted by Wouter
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