This was inspired by a brief Twitter interaction with @AsadSafariEN regarding this article: http://www.industriallogic.com/blog/techsafety/ There are several software-maker injuries mentioned in Joshua Kerievsky’s article:
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I usually keep this list up to date on our company web site, but I wanted to include it here too. I will update it regularly when I find new stuff! Agile Book List
In addition to developer-drive unit and integration testing, it is very important to create realistic data sets for acceptance / gui / performance / “ility” etc testing. Creating such a realistic data set is challenging. Realistic data is not ideal data. It is frequently “invalid” data that should not even be in the system in… Read more »
The transition from being a waterfall tester into being an Agile tester can be a rocky road for some! Over the years, McKenna Consultants have developed a wide experience of Agile testing.
I’ve written before about the dangers of complacency in an Agile environment. Once you have established daily scrums, Kanban boards etc, it’s very easy to stop asking bigger questions about your software development process. One of my favourite concepts in Agile to examine closely with a team is the Sprint (AKA Timebox or Iteration).
Most of us don’t have the luxury of working on only greenfield projects that are not yet in production. Most of us don’t get to work in an ivory tower separated far from the madding crowd.