Question Is there a difference between Acceptance Criteria (Agile) and Requirements (Waterfall)? I am a little confused and trying to understand the difference a little better as it seems like they are the same thing? I have worked in projects where… Read More »
While many developers love Agile, testers… not so much. “It’s not possible to finish all the testing in one sprint”, “the sprint is too short, let’s add a week”, “we need two or three weeks to complete the regression”… Have… Read More »
Once upon a time in a land far away every few developers and every few testers had a manager. Everybody wanted to be managers because they had power and were paid better. But only the best engineers became managers. Then… Read More »
What are pros and cons of Test Driven Development (TDD)? Test Driven Development is a software development methodology whereby you write and run a set of tests before you write code. Like any other development methodologies, there are some pros and cons associated with TDD. Here, we list some of them
When a company decides to transition from Waterfall to Agile testing, what are the most important areas to concentrate on for effective Agile Testing?
What do Agile Testers do and how can they add value in Agile projects? A tester on an Agile project will work differently than one working on a traditional project. Testers must understand the values and principles that underpin Agile… Read More »
Testing in an Agile environment requires having the right mindset and a mix of technical skills. Here, we look at what is the role of a tester in an agile team and what skills and mindset are required to become a successful agile tester.
Product Owner is one of the main roles in Agile projects. But what does a Product Owner do? Here, we list some common responsibilities of a PO in Agile.
In Agile, the whole-team approach means involving everyone with different knowledge and skills to ensure project success. The team includes representatives from the customer also known as the Product Owner, and other business stakeholders who determine product features.
This Test Automation Strategy example assumes a continuous delivery model with multiple agile teams. In previous articles, an overarching Agile Test Strategy document as well as how to set up a QA function from scratch for an agile project and how… Read More »