In the past, the core goal of testing is to find bugs and fix them. But the dynamics of IT and testing landscape have changed now.
Agile QA approach and user experience driven development (UXDD) have taken modern software development and testing by storm.
Are your QA testers up to speed?
As a QA tester or manager, how you scale up your skills to match today’s innovative challenges is the key to improving testing productivity and advancing your career prospects.
… or how to be the first one who gets going with agile testing.
When working on digital projects and products, you probably encounter the term ‘agile‘ a lot.
The word agile is widely used (and sometimes misused). It refers to the methodology of project management which strives to establish certain principles of collaboration, flexibility and transparency. It emphasizes the importance of feedback throughout the entire development workflow.
So when it comes to testing, web development teams go back to traditional approaches rather than following the agile path.
In this post, I’ll give you an overview on agile testing as well as some useful guides on how to get started with the idea of agile testing.