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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.
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31/07/2018: There have been some exciting developments in Agile over the past few years, especially around requirements and user stories. Story Mapping, a technique developed by Jeff Patton, allows the business and development teams to visualise the completeness of the Product Backlog, prioritise against business objectives, and to carve out minimal viable releases. Story maps work equally well at the Sprint level as they can be used to drive out goals for upcoming sprints because they naturally group related functionality into themes. If that wasn’t enough to pique your interest, they also provide...
23/01/2018: Scrum and Agile have emerged as important methodologies for improving the speed with which new applications are developed – and without compromising the quality of the “finished” product. In the age of digital transformation, the ability to build and deliver applications quickly is crucial to meeting customer demands for instant gratification. How Agile improves quality At the very heart of the Agile development philosophy is a focus on continuous improvement. The goal of every project sprint and stand-up meeting is to improve the quality of the development process – and the final product....
18/12/2017: Scrum is an agile framework for incremental product development. Scrum is built around the concept of ‘iteration’, as cycles are repeated until all customer requirements have been implemented. Emerging in a 1986 study about successful product development processes, Scrum has become one of the most popular software development frameworks to date, resulting the the emergence of many Scrum courses. Simple to learn and easy to use Scrum can be easily introduced in an organisation through scrum training online, as a result of the clear methodology of the framework and explicit roles that are...
31/07/2018: Example programmes delivered: Professional Scrum Master PSM I Agile and Scrum These are 2 day courses which focus on understanding the agile/scrum methodology and implementing it in the attendees’ workplace. They start by describing Agile principles and benefits and then progress into using Scrum as a methodology for implementing Agile. They use fun, team based exercises to illustrate and reinforce the Scrum principles and practices. These exercises can be run by the attendees with their colleagues when they return to their workplace in order to describe and distribute the knowledge they...
10/02/2018: A leading Financial institution commissioned JBI to run a series of Agile/Scrum courses for various teams - inhouse. Pre-course consultation The instructor chatted to client teachnical representative by video conference call to discuss their training needs. They discussed the mix of attendees (in order to gauge the course level), business objectives and skill goals for the training, plus relevant content topics and appropriate practical work. Setup For the training room – a projector, flip chart or suitable writing surface e.g. white board. Tables and chairs for the attendees and instructor....
19/10/2017: A leading Financial Services organisation was keen to get several of its teams working consistently in an "Agile" way. Agile is an iterative approach to software delivery that builds software incrementally from the start of the project, instead of trying to do it all at once. Agile breaks projects down into user functionality called user stories, prioritizing them, and then continuously delivering them in short two week cycles called iterations This methodiology was to ensure better communication and project management for teams of Developers and Product owners. JBI's Scrum and Agile...
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