Tag Archives: Agile

Preventing Software Testing Congestion Is Important!

Not only should your software have efficient performance, your software testing also needs to be efficient to give you accurate data. This article from DZone highlights how communication, test management, and other testing practices play major roles in software testing congestions and summarizes the factors that affect the productivity of software testing which gives you an idea of where the problem for software testing congestion lies.

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Overcoming Testing Challenges in Agile

With the increasing complexity of software development, many companies have started exploring the pros and cons of agile, and how it can help them deliver software quickly and iteratively. With more frequent transformations in technology than ever before, Quality Engineers and the testing they conduct cannot be left out of an agile transformation. This article summarizes how to overcome the most common agile testing challenges faced by software testers or QA in agile projects.

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Traditional vs. Agile Software Development Method: Which One is Right for Your Project?

Software development projects use several types of software development life cycle (SDLC)methodologies, depending on their nature and requirements, which basically define the way that the software development work is organized. The two main approaches are the traditional, waterfall method and the agile software development method. This article from DZone describes how are they different from each other and which one should you choose for your project.

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How to Implement Efficient Test Automation in the Agile World

Software development has transformed over time. Developers have gone from executing a project in the “waterfall” method to the “agile” method. As part of the agile methodology, software testing is carried out throughout the application lifecycle. This means that the detection of bugs happens much earlier on in the process, thereby giving a much wider scope for immediate bug-fixes.

However, when testing early, certain tests are repetitive in nature. Handling them manually requires a lot of time, and does not leave much scope for QA engineers to work much ahead in time. This article explores how to make test automation successful in an agile environment.

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Ways to Speed Up Your Testing Cycles

In the battle between speed vs quality, teams that practice test automation know that there’s a practical way to aim for both. This article explores how to speed up testing cycles to meet the needs of an agile development demands without skipping over essential steps.

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Automated Regression Testing Challenges in Agile Environment

The purpose of regression testing is to discover new bugs that could inadvertently have been added to changes, updates, or re-releases. This article explores the key challenges faced while implementing regression test automation with agile methodologies and describes why automated regression testing in the agile environment is an excellent opportunity for the QAto take up leadership of the agile processes.

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Why Do We Test Software?

Software testing is really required to point out the defects and errors that were made during the development phases.It is necessary to deliver the high-quality product or software application which requires lower maintenance cost and hence results into more accurate, consistent and reliable. This article from Techwell describes why testing is required for an effective performance of software application or product.

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The Importance of Agile Methodologies in Software Testing

Today, most of the organizations are following agile software development processes. Still, they are struggling to deliver the software timely. The old mindset of testing the software or application after the development has been done is not successful these days. With the advent of automation testing and agile methodologies, testing is carried out simultaneously with the development. This article describes on why we should consider carrying out the testing with development.

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Agile Methodology: The Renewed Face of Software Testing

The Agile Manifesto is not new to the software world. Organizations are adopting the technology in all forms and shapes’, aligning their business needs to achieve the goal of being receptive to the end users and the market needs. This article from DZone explores why agile development methodologies have changed the world of software and explains how its impacted the field of software testing.

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