Agile and DevOps

Agile and DevOps methodologies are overtaking the software development world and software testing must keep up. DevOps and Agile have made it possible for development projects to shorten development cycles, making releases more frequent. The problem with this, however, is that while developers typically move on to develop the next feature in the backlog, testers must continue testing an increasing larger and more complex application in the same time frame. Some help and learning are clearly needed.

 

Clearly software testing needs to innovation just a much as development does. This Agile and DevOps category includes blog topics that have to do with Agile and DevOps from a software testing and quality assurance perspective.  For example, read our article on how our test results dashboard tool, Calliope Pro, can help your team manage teams of remote working developers and testers.

 

There is some overlap with other categories so be sure to check out the parent ‘Testing Methods and Experience’ category, as well as our ‘Test Automation’ category page.

 


 

eCommerce Testing: best practices for happy customers

Best Practices for eCommerce Testing

Table of Contents For most retail businesses, the holiday shopping season is typically the most important period of the year to earn revenue. In some cases this is also when they get the most of their yearly revenue.  To do this though, a seamless user experience is key. When a small inconvenience in the order …

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Calliope Pro: Manage Teams of Remote Working Developers and Testers

Remote Working Tool For Devs and Testers

The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has the world in panic, economies crashing, and businesses struggling to adapt to a new way of working, working from home. spriteCloud is now providing assistance to businesses with its COVID-19 Business Aid Package. Learn more about how this could help your business. As businesses try to adapt to remote working …

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Is SCRUM Agile?

Most people would agree that the answer to this question is “yes”. And I’d count myself amongst one of those people. However, I’ve witnessed and participated in a lot of projects that use SCRUM, but failed with exactly the issues that Agile wants to avoid. How is that possible?

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