Agile Teams

Ten Principles For Agile Testers

Reading Time: 6 minutes In the previous blog we saw that what exactly is Agile testing and in this blog we will see in introduction to Principles For Agile Testers. What is an Agile tester? So get into the principles for Agile testers we first need to know what is an Agile tester? A professional tester who is not scared of change has knowledge about technical and business aspects Continue Reading

Agile Testing: An introduction

Reading Time: 5 minutes When we talk about Agile the first thing that pops into our mind is Agile development. But here we are going to see and learn about an introduction to Agile Testing that how testers work in Agile, the contrast between Agile Testing and development, and traditional vs. Agile approach. What is Agile Testing? In the world of software development, there are two very common terminologies, Continue Reading

WHY SAFe?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Scrum works best with small teams that aim to deliver software which is prioritised by the team backlog. It uses the iterative models with sprints by having the highest priority items implemented first in time boxed iterations. When it comes to large organisations, the Scaled Agile Framework is a way forward. The fundamental principal of SAFe helps in collaboration, seamless communication and delivering the highest Continue Reading

Manager! Leave the team alone!

Reading Time: 3 minutes The following post is from our guest editor Srinivas Chillara. Srinivas is a Scrum coach and co-author of “Essentials of Scrum practice“- a mini-book currently in advanced draft stage. We don’t need no disruption We don’t need no time control No breathing down the neck in the server room Manager, leave the team alone. What do we do if a senior manager is asking for a ‘resource’ from Continue Reading

Commitment Under Pressure

Reading Time: 3 minutes The following post is from our guest editor Srinivas Chillara. Srinivas is a Scrum coach and co-author of “Essentials of Scrum practice“- a mini-book currently in advanced draft stage. This is an extract from the book. The hidden hobbler of Scrum teams: Pressure One common problem Scrum teams face is in the difficulty of meeting their sprint goals, followed by increasing pressure, which is never-ending. Continue Reading