Category Archives: Iterative Development

Getting The Most Out of Your Agile Testing

Guest post by Kevin Dunne, product specialist for QASymphony Getting the Most Out of Your Agile Testing Testing—even in agile environments—is almost always constrained. Testers and developers may feel beholden to legacy software investments or stuck with status quo methodologies. … Continue reading

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10 Things You Could Do When You’re Done Writing Code

So you’re two-thirds of the way through your iteration and there are no more development tasks to complete. Nice work! Understandably, your instinct is to pull another story into the iteration, but doing so has risks and disadvantages. When you … Continue reading

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Bouncing Agile: How Google Analytics is Related to Agile Success

It was a normal day.   I was reading articles, blogs, emails, Tweets, stories and a host of other types of information.  While perusing an item, there was an interesting link and I clicked into another Web location.  When I arrived, … Continue reading

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