Archive for the ‘Agile Testing’ Category

What is Agile Testing?

Agile Testing Needs to Go Along with The Agile Manifesto To talk about agile testing or agile in general we need to refer to the agile manifesto, in short version that is Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a [...]

How to Start with Test Automation?

I want to share with you six simple steps to start with test automation. Why? Because this is a blog about Agile Testing and we cannot talk about it without having a test automation in place. The biggest struggle with implementing automated testing framework is to have teams converting their development practices to agile software [...]

Five Tips for Outsourcing in Agile Software Development

In every business, one of the methods of making a bigger profit is cutting cost, which includes labor cost. The most common way of doing it is outsourcing the work to a country with lower labor costs. Outsourcing also applies to the software development business where partial or full outsourcing is a common practice. Needless [...]

Five Common Mistakes in Writing User Stories

Most of the issues agile testers have is gathering requirements in agile software development and agile testing from issues found in User Stories. Expressing requirements in such a simple form causes a lot of trouble to agile teams.Of course the art of writing a good User Story is difficult for most new teams starting a [...]

Welcome to Agile Testing Blog

Welcome to Agile Testing blog. I’ll be sharing with you my experience with Agile Testing on my project run with Scrum and useful tips for solving different kinds of issues. Strange enough agile testing, as a concept, has existed for quite a few years starting in the time when Extreme Programming was born or even [...]