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  • Agile Testing vs. Waterfall Testing

    Summary When it comes to testing any software project, there is a dilemma of choosing the approach that fits the task best. Agile and Waterfall are two diverse testing strategies that are currently most popular. Learn how to tell between …

    • 25/03/2019
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    • Posted by Nicola
  • 8 Key Points of Agile Testing Marketing Management

    You may have heard of this recently, and it’s essentially a new form of marketing using agile software in order to apply it to marketing. it’s gaining traction because, in many ways, modern marketing actually does parallel key parts of …

    • 04/02/2019
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    • Posted by Emily
  • Pros and Cons of Agile Testing

    Ever wondered what is an Agile Methodology and Agile testing? How does it help a project? In lucid terms, an Agile Methodology is a process which emphasizes enhancing the development life cycle of a particular project. In comparison to the …

    • 02/01/2019
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    • Posted by Maria
  • 5 Reasons You Should Do Agile

    As a word, agile means “able to move quickly and easily.” What does the word mean when you relate it to project management? It means being more effective. But agile is not just a buzzword. It’s an organizational concept that …

    • 31/12/2018
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    • Posted by Peter
  • Qualities of a Good Agile Tester

    From mutual funds to startups, big media to textile giants, every company is utilizing technology these days and each one has their unique requirements for automation and software. While the software implementation as well as development is vital to these …

    • 29/10/2018
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    • Posted by Nicola
  • Why You Should Consider Agile Software Company for Your IT Needs

    Jeff Sutherland innovates Scrum, the technique to manage the project in the most flexible method. It is a framework which gives agility in the process and adaptability whenever needed. Many technology scholars are in favour of Scrum implementation which makes …

    • 10/10/2018
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    • Posted by Nicola
  • The Guide To Pursuing a Full Agile Software Lifecycle

    Times change quickly, as do the trends associated with them. It wasn’t long ago that everyone was hurrying to adopt an agile or scrum methodology. Now, CICD and DevOps are the enviable strategies. With organizations constantly working to improve their …

    • 01/10/2018
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    • Posted by Wendy
  • Define Your Test Strategy Because Agile Does Not Mean Unstructured

    You can imagine a test strategy as a map. It should help you to easily find your place. You can manage even without the map; however, your journey can be long enough so that you run out of your stamina …

    • 12/09/2018
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    • Posted by Branka
  • 6 THINGS ABOUT COMPATIBILITY TESTING EVERY TESTER SHOULD KNOW

    Compatibility testing is a form of testing which enables the software developing team to deliver a perfect software product which works flawlessly irrespective of the intended computing environments. It also helps in providing an excellent performance and consistent experience across …

    • 06/09/2018
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    • Posted by Nicola
  • Unconventional Wisdom V13: Agile Testing Days USA’s Useless Stuff, Like Test Plans

    What parts of your testing would you get rid of, if you could?  That was the gist of Daniel Maslyn’s unconventional session, “Boston T(ech) Party,” at the recent Agile Testing Days USA conference outside Boston.  Before sharing answers to that …

    • 03/09/2018
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    • Posted by Robin
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