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How to Use Agile Quadrants in a Modern SDLC: Part 2

As companies adopted Agile earlier this century, Brian Marick realized there was a common problem with Agile implementation. Teams were left struggling with the idea of how one can test their product and remain Agile!

This led to the creation of the Agile Quadrants, as popularized by Lisa Crispin and Janet Gregory in the book Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams. The Agile quadrants are a diagram that helps organizations learn how to test and where to test in alignment with Agile practices.

So where do the Agile Quadrants fit in this exciting era of the Digital Transformation? Are they still relevant in a Modern SDLC like DevOps or Agile? 

LogiGear Executive Senior VP Michael Hackett says yes! That’s why we created this new 2-part webinar series on How to Use the Agile Testing Quadrants in a Modern SDLC; in this series, Michael breaks down the Agile Quadrants and how they can be used in a modern SDLC and Software Testing practice.

In Part 1 Michael discusses:

  • What are the Agile Testing Quadrants?
    • How did we get here?
    • How does this fit into a modern SDLC and testing?

Part 2 will be a deeper dive into:

  • Walkthrough of the Quadrants
    • Issues with the quadrants
    • Ownership––who does what and where?
    • What do we do with this information?
    • Where do we go from here?

Stream this video series today and learn how you can apply the Agile Testing Quadrants to better organize your Agile practices, thus improving test coverage, efficiency, and performance throughout your modern SDLC.

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