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Posts tagged as “Agile Testing”

What are the testing activities performed in the 5 common agile practices?

Vladimir Simonovski

Testing in traditional projects is different than testing in agile projects following the well-known agile practices. The main difference would be when the testing activities start. In traditional projects, testing begins after the development of the software as a final activity. Even though some companies are following this approach, this can lead to issues found late in the development which is expensive to fix, testers didn’t get the chance to “play” with the system at the early stage and the…

SCRUM vs XP: How testing is performed in two of the most popular agile approaches?

Vladimir Simonovski

Organizations today are focusing on making stable, reliable, and working software delivered to their customers. Various methodologies, techniques, and concepts are being used in order to achieve the wanted level of client satisfaction. When it comes to what agile approaches organizations or project within the organization is following, there are many of them. By following a specific development approach, I mean the way how one team is gathering requirements, designing the architecture, developing the software, testing the software, and deploying…

Regression Testing: All you need to know

Vladimir Simonovski

Why do we want to test all the features that we have implemented and released? Is that really necessary and should we focus on the new features only? These are a couple of questions that were asked many times during the process of evolution of software testing in many organizations. To answer these questions we need to think about what makes our application great and how to maintain the stability of the quality of the application. In this post, we…

What is agile testing?

Vladimir Simonovski

Proper software testing can help provide an amazing final product, however, it’s crucial to find the right methodologies and tools to make that happen. That’s where the need for professional agile testing comes into play. With that in mind, agile testing can help bring in astounding results, and you will be heavily impressed with the process and results. Definition At its core, agile testing is a testing practice and it follows the principles and rules designated by agile software development.…

The shift-left testing approach in software testing

Vladimir Simonovski

Every software company in today’s market is focused on becoming a leader in terms of how software solutions are provided to its customers. The main goal is to deliver a quality product. In order to test the quality of the product we need to follow some testing approaches like shift-left testing to implement them into our development lifecycle. In the past we had an approach called the Waterfall Model. As you can see from the example, this SDLC approach is…