The word Agile has come to be somewhat meaningless, which is why it’s time to move on from it. What do you think?
The 3 best practices for getting the most from your Agile efforts and your outsourced QA testing…
After decades of talking about test automation, the agile movement suddenly seems to be taking it seriously. You might be wondering what all the buzz is about.
FIVE Holy Commandments for Automation Agile Testers OK, so your organization is thinking of implementing Agile and QA Automation (Gawd bless them!). Start getting excited because it IS the right move; we know from our own experience that Agile is a big player in speeding up QA automation adaptation. But there are risks; it’s certainly […]
Getting the BEST out of Agile with your Remote Team (PART II) OK, so hopefully you’ve already read Part I (if not, click here); Now it’s time for Part II of a subject we’ve become somewhat expert in – getting the best out of Agile with your remote team. We spoke previously about the important factors you […]
Getting the BEST out of Agile with your Remote Team (PART I) We touched previously on the successful implementation of Agile with your outsourcing team (something we at Galil Software have plenty of experience with, and which we wrote about here – now it’s time to talk about getting the best out of Agile with your remote […]
Five signs you’re not agile; you’re actually mini-waterfall See on Scoop.it – QA Automation I’ve noticed a lot of projects call themselves agile when in fact they’re mini-waterfall, also known as scrumfall. Noam Zakai‘s insight: Great Minipost that summarizes reality as we sometimes see it in the market See on watirmelon.com
How to successfully run remote Agile testing with an outsourcing team Agile testing has become a crucial part of the production process for many companies today. However, with the ever-growing global deployment of QA and Development teams, and in many cases the reliance on outsourcing providers, the ability to manage Agile testing remotely AND successfully has become a necessity for […]