Are you on your way to be an independent consultant or starting a Software Testing startup? Do you feel it is more like a leap of faith or is it a very calculated step taken only when you are 100% sure of success? In order to succeed, there are some general heuristics that need to be taken care of, irrespective of which business you start but then there are specifics about the nature of business and subject matter involved that hold true for a particular kind of enterprise.
Testing as a practice has evolved over many years. We have had many experts who are popular today. We have many styles, schools and approaches to testing. A lot of complex problems have been solved. Yet – there remains a bunch of problems that are fundamental that have remained unsolved.
As more and more organizations transition to agile, many still do not understand how testing fits into agile teams. Does it simply mean placing a tester on every team? Or does it mean doing away with the role of testers? Pradeepa Narayanaswamy explains the importance of working in cross-functional teams that integrate development and testing. Pradeepa shares her insights into the keys of agile testing including understanding the agile testing mindset and goals. She discussed the responsibilities of a tester on an agile team and describes the diverse skill sets required on those teams.
In this free webinar, Rex Black discusses the key testing opportunities created by the Agile approach, so that you can recognize and take advantage of them.
In this webinar, Rex will revisit his presentation on Agile testing challenges. How are we, as testing professionals, doing in terms of surmounting these challenges? What remains to be done? How can you recognize and manage these challenges in your Agile projects? In this free webinar, Rex will discuss these points and more, helping you be more effective in Agile projects.
This is another webinar in a series on advanced software testing, excerpted from Rex’s popular book, Advanced Software Testing: Volume 2, a book for test managers.