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The Agile Testing Manifesto. Part 2

17.07.2017   
In this article we will continue our analysis of the Testing Manifesto written by Samantha Laing and Karen Greaves with the next principle:

Participants and "customers" in the testing process

19.06.2017   
In this article, let’s consider who could be the potential stakeholders and consumers of testing services. To do that, we need to answer the following questions:

A Check List for Knowledge Transfer

13.06.2017   
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.

The Agile Testing Manifesto

02.05.2017   
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.

Accessibility Testing: Color Blindness

07.03.2017   
Accessibility testing is one of the types of usability testing. Its purpose is to ensure that our product is user friendly and easy to use, including for people with various disabilities and peculiarities of perception. These can be problems with visual perception, hearing, or limited hand mobility. Unfortunately, these categories of people are often neglected.

Dynamic Systems Development Method

20.02.2017   
After a long pause I would like to share an approach that we use for fast MVP design or at the start of a new project for customers willing to speed up their business with accurate, seamless and continuous innovations using programmable automation.

Sins of a code reviewer

11.01.2017   
Code review is a wonderful thing, which, like most good things done wrong, can do very much harm. However, there is no need to worry, because below you can find a list of things to avoid in order to get the best and dodge the worst while reviewing code.

Tester vs. Developer - part 2

18.11.2016   
In the first part of this article we talked about the relationship between testers and programmers and explored various strategies to improve the way they communicate and offer feedback, mostly in terms of soft skills. In this second part we’ll look at tips and tricks for improving the technical aspect of the feedback.

Tester vs. Developer - part 1

18.11.2016   
A lot has been said about testers and programmers having different ways of thinking. It is quite obvious that testers look at the product from a different perspective than programmers. Often it is much easier to detect a mistake in the work of someone else than to see it in your own. That is why we need more or less independent testing.

BABOK Guide v3: What’s New?

09.11.2016   
Now, it’s finally come true – as of September 30, 2016, the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) launches their new certification program based on BABOK (Business Analysis Body of Knowledge) Guide Version 3. The new BABOK version first appeared eighteen months ago – in April 2015, but through all that time (till September 22, 2016), you could be certified based on the old certification program. What has changed?

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