sponsored by IBM
Posted:  10 Dec 2012
Published:  06 Dec 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  11  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

When it comes to agile testing, knowing which team members should be doing the testing, when it should be done, and how it can be squeezed into the rapid iterations of the agile methodology can be pretty daunting for software development organizations.

In this expert e-guide, Lisa Crispin, co-author of the book Agile Testing explains why a testing taxonomy such as the Agile testing quadrants can be a highly effective tool to help with these uncertainties. Read on to learn how the quadrants work and how they can be applied in your organization.

Check out this e-guide's second helpful article to find tips that QA and test managers just starting out with agile can use to help ensure a smooth transition to the methodology for their test teams.






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