Iterative development also means iterative testing. This can be a challenge for teams who are used to the traditional view of testing as the final phase of a project. This Agile Test Training course will help your team strategize, plan, design and execute tests in an Agile environment.
We will particularly address the challenges and strategies for testing in short development iterations and walk through the four quadrants of Agile Testing.
We will also discuss the importance of transitioning from ‘waterfall thinking’ to ‘agile/iterative thinking’. Group discussion will focus on Real World practical tips for the Agile Tester role, expectations and how they can work within cross-functional teams.
Topics covered will include;
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