LogiGear Magazine – July 2012 – Testing in Agile

LogiGear Magazine July 2012 Testing in Agile

 

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This article presents ten tips for Agile testing based on our experience. However, don’t expect to find the perfect test approach for your company or software project in this article. That is still something you will have to find out yourself! Several years ago I started as test manager on a J2EE project. The project ...
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Maximize the function of your teams The Modern Agile philosophy created by the folks at Industrial Logic is one of the most exciting ideas I’ve encountered in a while. Moving beyond the pre-canned “You must do X to be Agile” mindset that I’ve seen becoming more and more prevalent.
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