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Be Indispensable: Cross-Train like a Testing Athlete
By Bonnie Bailey
Stretching your skills and preparing for organizational and work-related change is vital for any QA tester. Your best approach is to work on complementing your skills and competencies.
Using Agile and DevOps to Achieve Quality by Design
By Michael Sowers
When software nears completion, it is the wrong time to focus on quality. Product delivery improves if you invest in a plan, validate in small increments, and focus on continuous testing.
QA Is More Than Being a Tester
By Amanda Perkins
QA testers often take on more of a role than just testing software code. When the team needs help, QA should lend a hand in assisting with business analysis, customer communication, user experience, and user advocacy.
Supporting Continuous Testing with Automation
By Bas Dijkstra
Create tests that can be used in a continuous testing environment, build the right number of tests, and don’t fall victim to the mistaken belief that everything can be automated.
All Customers Are Not Created Equal
By Regina Evans
Software developers may not think they have much to do with customers, but it is wise to consider the customer in all you do, from collecting requirements to design and implementation.
Great Big Agile: An OS for Agile Leaders
By Jeff Dalton
Following agile ceremonies may make an organization feel good, but that’s only a start. “Great big agile” requires leadership at all levels to focus on self-organization and empowerment as a universal framework.