New Strategies for Agile Testing
In the old days with waterfall development, we figured out what to build, designed and wrote code, tested, and deployed. Testing was usually done late and often separate from development activities. Though often unavoidable because the application was not ready to test, it led to a lot of problems down the road.
With agile development, we see progress early and can deliver at least something by the original deadline. But we need to adapt the traditional testing model to agile test strategy, and compress testing cycles while continually increasing the quality of the software under test. This paper discusses ways to adapt traditional test strategies to coordinate better with agile testing methodologies.
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