The Agile testing approach has started from a current need. In our times, in my humble opinion, a working software is a piece of software deliverable that brings your business competitive advantage to your client. Agile software development focuses on creating the working product through early integrations. The documentation provided is ‘Just enough’ and we already know that the most important deliverable of any software project is the product itself. Agile prides itself on regular delivery of the desired features to the customer. But what is the cause if the product is not tested enough and what’s the issue: the ‘just enough’ documentation or a bad agile project management?
All of this expertise is needed to deliver the product and is executed in Agile projects by means of a whole-team approach. So why a whole team approach is working in Agile environments (the top 3 advantages in my opinion)?
Which is the advantage of using an Agile mindset approach?
By simple using this approach:
By using everything that suits great in the context of the product or project:
What about the testing strategy?
The test strategy should:
Agile teams may use metrics of work process such as:
This metrics can be used by teams to enable them to assess the product’s quality and work progress throughout the iteration.
During the implementation’ process, activities of a tester in the agile testing can include:
The Agile mindset should be directed in helping all the team members to understands that a failure or a success is for the responsibility of the entire team and in this way developers, testers, designers can work together to bring great products to the surface.