Myths and Realities of Iterative Testing

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In the realm of software development, myths can make it difficult to approach real-world problems objectively thus putting budgets and schedules at increased risk. In this article, Laura Rose questions and debunks some of the most widely held myths pertaining to iterative development in general and iterative testing in particular. She'll also explain how iterative development principles can address these common misunderstandings and lead us to a pragmatic testing methodology that mitigates or avoids altogether many common software development pitfalls--some of which our "mythology" holds as inevitable.

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