Organizations have embraced Agile and DevOps to deliver high-quality
software in a faster and more efficient way. Test Automation is considered to
be one of the biggest promoters of agility. But several times, the investment
in Test Automation might not deliver its value with an ineffective strategy.
In this article, we will discuss devising an intelligent Test Automation strategy that can help us prevent common Test Automation failures. continue reading
Test Automation brings speed, efficiency, reliability, and replicability to Software Testing—and is essentially inevitable in today’s Agile environment. We often discuss Test Automation, but there are few techniques that allow us to get an entirely unbiased opinion about it. continue Reading
In part 1, we explored two concepts, the Starfish Retrospective and the Three little Pigs, each a retrospective activity. They are designed to reflect and analyze an agile team’s way of working to help adapt the team into a higher rate of efficiency. You can view part 1 here.
3 Ways To Spice Up Your Next Retrospective
Sprint retrospective is an opportunity for agile teams to reflect on their way of working, and to continuously improve in what they do. No matter how productive or successful your team is, there’s always room for improvement. There are always ways to do things better. The Sprint Retrospective is an opportunity for the Scrum Team to inspect itself and create a plan for improvements to be enacted during the next Sprint. The Sprint Retrospective occurs after the Sprint Review and provides a formal opportunity to focus on inspection and adaptation.