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Developer First Test Automation

TweetWaterfall made a clear demarcation between developers and testers. While moving from waterfall to Agile, both development and testing has to be grinded in a way that you can’t separate from testing activity from development. People in Agile projects are

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4 Agile Practices for Waterfall World

TweetIt’s pretty usual to see people from Agile world keep on bashing the Waterfall methodology because of its inherent problems. To be honest, a big majority of the organizations still work in Waterfall mode. So sometimes I used to think,

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Posted in Agile, Agile Adoption, People Management, Project Management, Scrum, TDD, Traditional IT, XP

What Motivates Scrum Team?

TweetEffectiveness of Scrum based team depends a lot on motivation level of team members. It’s important to understand the factors which motivate a Scrum team irrespective of the background of Scrum Master/Project Manager. I this post first I will focus

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Why Incorrect Agile Adoption may Invite Burnouts?

TweetBefore moving to Agile I worked with Waterfall for around 10 years. Throughout those years I could see people working day and night in development phase. Sometimes teams used to work from 9AM-8PM rhythm non-stop even without knowing why are

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Why to Use FitNesse or ATDD on Top of Selenium?

TweetFor Web Application development Selenium is a defacto tool for functional testing with its click and capture capability through browser plugin. At the end of recording, Selenium script can be converted in a test-case in almost any programming language. Immediately

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Posted in Agile, ATDD, BDD, Distributed Agile, Functional Testing, Grails, Patterns, Testing

Agile Testing – Incremental Functional Test Approach

TweetSoftware development is all about incremental functional development. However we find a great impedance mismatch between development and testing synchronization. Though we talk about continuous integration and verification, most of the user stories come for verification only at the end

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Posted in Agile, Agile Testing
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