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Why If I Could Do Only One Thing, It Would Be Retrospectives[article]

Introducing a full agile framework can be daunting and cumbersome. Instead, try beginning with the method's core focus: continuous improvement. Retrospectives are the starting point of your agile journey and can help you solve the most immediate problems in your process, leading you down the road of process improvement.

Sune Lomholt's picture Sune Lomholt
The Importance of Grooming the Backlog: An Interview with Andy Berner[interview]
Video

In this interview, Andy Berner of QSM talks about his upcoming presentation, the importance of keeping a well-groomed backlog, the pitfalls of the impossible zone, and why it's vital that you and your team keep your tools serving you and not the other way around. 

Cameron Philipp-Edmonds's picture Cameron Philipp-Edmonds
Mobile Fragmentation and the Need for Automation: An Interview with Josh Galde[interview]
Podcast

In this interview, Keynote's Josh Galde talks anything and everything mobile. The industry veteran discusses how much of the testing process should be automated, the difference between testing phones and tablets, and what he sees as "the next big thing" in the industry.

Josiah Renaudin's picture Josiah Renaudin
How Does Security Testing Fit in My QA Process?[magazine]

Alan Crouch addresses the question most commonly raised by those who are new to security testing, "How does security testing fit in my QA process?"  Alan explains that security testing shouldn't be limited to the QA process, instead it should be applied throughout the entire software development lifecycle.  Read this FAQ column for suggestions on how to improve your chances for success in catching security issues.

Alan Crouch's picture Alan Crouch
How to Plan and Execute Programs without Shooting Agile in the Foot[article]

Program planners in IT organizations have a dilemma: On one hand, their agile teams tell them that if requirements are defined up front, agile teams cannot operate; but on the other hand, the program’s budget and scope need to be defined so that resources can be allocated and contracts can be written for the work. How does one reconcile these conflicting demands?

Clifford Berg's picture Clifford Berg

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