Define Your Test Strategy Because Agile Does Not Mean Unstructured

Introduction Today, the software methodology has migrated from SDLC to Agile to make the model more adaptive to the last minute changes. Though the Agile methodology is practiced widely across the software industries but still testing phase is a very important phase and there cannot be any substitute to it. As we write the test strategy in SDLC, the same test strategy is expected for the Agile model. Test strategy in the Agile model cannot be unstructured but concise and to the point. At the time of writing test strategy…

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Documentation in Agile: How Much and When to Write It?

The agile methodology does not follow the phased approach like SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) and therefore it requires very less documentation in order to accomplish the project completion. But Agile methodology at the same time cannot be misunderstood with no Documentation in Agile model, instead, we need only those details documented for the project which are actually required to run the project and nothing more than this. The following documentation approaches are recommended for the Agile methodology. 1. Working software over all-inclusive documentation: The end goal of Agile methodology…

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How to Make Mobile Testing and Agile Meet?

The Agile methodology brings such evident benefits to mobile app development as a faster time to market, adjustability to changing requirements, and the frequent delivery of functioning subsystems. Also, QA is an inseparable part of Agile development, which should lead to better app quality. However, 52% of World Quality Report respondents claim their major Agile concern is “not enough time to test.” Testing deadlines are truly tight in Agile projects. 41% of State of Testing Survey 2018 respondents claim that the larger part of an iteration is spent on development…

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Agile Testing Mindset And The Role Of The Agile Tester!!

Agile tester in an agile team plays a very important role towards the end product quality testing. He or she should be able to collaborate well with the agile team members and other project’s stakeholders. In order to collaborate well with the team members, the tester is expected to have an agile mindset in terms of testing skills and other quality assurance activities that a tester should perform as being a part of the agile team. Agile Testing Mindset: To play a role of agile tester, the tester should have…

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Why Exploratory Testing Is Important In Agile Projects?

Today when most of the organizations are using an agile methodology, effective testing has become a challenge. As we know that agile is an iterative approach to software development and also, it is time-boxed. It means you have a certain time frame in which you have to gather requirements, plan, develop, test and release (and repeat!). if the developer gives you the code to test at the very end of the release week then you would need to either delay the release or test effectively so that you don’t miss…

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Roles And Responsibilities Of A Product Owner In Agile

Roles And Responsibilities Of A Product Owner In Agile
Being an Effective Product Owner

In Agile software development methodology, the team members are assigned various roles. The Scrum framework for the agile development or testing methodology has the following roles as Product Owner, Scrum Master, Scrum Team and the project Stakeholders. All of these roles of scrum framework have their importance but in this article we are going to discuss in detail about the roles and responsibilities of the Product Owner. A product owner is the person in the project team who has very clear vision about the product and has the capacity of…

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