Agile is not only a catchword and or just a set of software development principles. I believe that agile development methods, among other things, provide a wide range of tools and excellent capabilities for managing your personal goals, personal growth and success.
In this article we will continue our analysis of the Testing Manifesto written by Samantha Laing and Karen Greaves with the next principle:
In the first part of our article we looked at the various stakeholders in the testing process as well as how each of them views the concept of quality. In this second part we will be looking at how the QA interacts with other stakeholders in the software development process.
In this article, letís consider who could be the potential stakeholders and consumers of testing services. To do that, we need to answer the following questions:
Sooner or later, you have to deal with the task of project acceptance or transfer. To do that efficiently, I follow my own check list, so as not to lose sight of anything and make it in such a way that the customer or project owner would not notice the change of teams.
Last week Bucharest was host to Bucharest Technology Week one of the largest IT&C events in Romania, which reunites technology enthusiasts, thought leaders and specialists for one week of gatherings across the city.
At one of my trainings someone asked me a question, "How can testers survive in an Agile environment?" The training, by the way, was dedicated to quite a different topic, but the issue seemed to be very sensitive. I think we can find some answers to that question in "The Testing Manifesto" compiled by coaches Karen Greaves and Samantha Laing by analogy to the famous Agile Manifesto.
The subject of financial market regulation has never been the type of subject which investors like, whether they are institutional or private.
This article is a reflection on our technical career path and the way we gradually evolve, describing some mistakes we make when we move up in our career from a developer position to a technical or team leader role, and then further to a project manager position.
On the 30th of March Luxoft Training took part in the Leaders Development Summit event in Bucharest, one of the most important meeting point for business leaders in Romania. This year the theme of the event centered around democracy at work and how to develop an environment in organizations that encourages more freedom and accountability among employees.