Dec 3, Agile Testing Books - Here is a list of top 10 books that every agile As technology changes, and more organizations move into agile This eBook will go through the basics of the ISTQB Agile Test Foundation materials. Mar 1, Janet Gregory and Lisa Crispin pioneered the agile testing discipline with their previous work, Agile Testing. Now, in More Agile Testing, they. Get this from a library! More agile testing: learning journeys for the whole team. [ Janet Gregory; Lisa Crispin].
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The Expanding Tester's Mindset: Are we an anachronism? What about DevOps?
Continuous Delivery? Testing in Production? Lisa and Janet take on all of these issues, and more. Instead, each section can stand on its own, and each chapter is formatted to address specific challenges Agile teams face. The book is broken up into eight sections. The first is an overview of where Agile has evolved, and the new aspects that are in play that were not so prevalent in when Agile Testing came out.
In addition, it takes a look at the ways that organization have changed, and the new landscape of software development for applications that span the gamut from desktop to web to mobile to embedded to the Internet of Things.
Section Two is all about Learning for Better Testing. From determining roles and adapting to new needs, to developing T-shaped team members to make box shaped teams, and helping testers and those interested in testing develop more in depth thinking skills and work habits to be more effective. Section Three focuses on planning.
No, not the massive up front planning of traditional envelopment, but the fact that even the just in time and just enough process crowd does more planning than they give themselves credit for, and that the ways we do it can be pretty hit an miss. This section also goes back to the Agile testing quadrants and reviews how each has its own planning challenges. Section Four focuses on Testing Business Value. In short, are we building the right thing? Are we getting the right people involved?