NIMBLE: The Best Agile Method Since Sliced Bread
There seems to be a serious temptation for testing practitioners to spend far too much of their (already precious) time re-inventing and re-labeling testing methods and processes. Often this can be put down to practitioner ego, not invented here syndrome, or lack of effort researching what is already available. Using the fictitious NIMBLE method as a humorous (yet entirely plausible) example of yet another agile testing process, this presentation goes on to describe a set of agile testing best practices that can be used on any testing project, and which are distilled from an analysis of more than 30 real…....
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John Watkins is a technical account manager at IBM. He is also an AI researcher, advocate, & author.
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