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How To Overcome Agile Testing Challenges!!

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Agile methodology is one of the most popular and effective of all other testing methods followed these days. We all have experienced some or most of these challenges in our day to day work life and we cannot deny the fact that agile methodology despite of having so many advantages brings lots of challenges too. If you are an agile tester, then this article will not only list all the agile testing challenges but

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Definitive Guide To Writing Good Agile User Stories

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User stories describe the actual customer requirements which are nothing but the functional requirements for developing a software product. How good you write a story is directly proportional to the efficient requirement gathering for building a product which ultimately reveals the quality of the product. In this article, we are going to discuss on how to write good agile user stories and what should and should not be included as a part of user

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How Tester Adds Value In An Agile Project?

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When we say agile project, the very first thing which comes to our mind is time boxed and tight deadlines. When a software tester works in an agile environment, his responsibilities includes much more things than just testing. When we consider other project methodologies like V model or Waterfall model then we observes that testers are testing, logging bugs and creating reports, there is not much involvement or communication from their side to other

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What Is The Difference Between Scrum, Kanban And XP?

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In this article, we are going to discuss about the three most popular agile project methodologies. They are Scrum, Kanban and XP. Later in this article, we will compare and outline the differences between these three.

SCRUM: Scrum breaks down the big organization into small teams which are capable of self-organization. These self-organizing teams further break the tasks into small and manageable items of work. These small manageable items (collection of tasks) are handled

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Is Automation Testing Really Needed In Agile Software Development?

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In the current market scenario, agile methodology for development and testing is growing in popularity. This is the reason that many testing teams are upgrading to the agile management. There are many good agile testing tools from project management to automated testing tools.

In my opinion, no matter which methodology we consider, automation is a crucial candidate in reducing testing efforts drastically. If practiced through the use of established disciplines and with an intended

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