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Agile
29th June 2016

How to Influence and Win Team Members Who Hate Agile

The Agile and Scrum revolution in IT has been phenomenal. Followers of the Agile development religion swarmed in thousands overnight, eagerly converting to the new way of working. A lot…
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Agile
29th June 2016

Everything you never knew about The Agile Manifesto (and how to apply Agile to your work, and to life)

Agile is the buzzword of IT Industry. You must have heard of agile manifesto a lot of times, but you might not be familiar with the agile manifesto architecture and…
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Testing
22nd June 2016

Guest Post: 7 Ways To Get A Head Start On Your Software Testing Career

This is a guest post written by Than Huynh of AskTester.com. If you’re a newly-minted tester, like I was 10 years ago, this scenario will probably sound very familiar: You…
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ReQtest Dev-Day 2016
Blog
16th June 2016

ReQtest Dev-Day 2016 in Malmö

Over 20 people from 4 countries flew into Malmö for Dev-Day, ReQtest’s very own hacking extravaganza. Developers and marketing people from other cities in Sweden, Ukraine, England, and Malta took…
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Testing
27th May 2016

5 Advanced Software Testing Techniques to Help You Get Through Your Day More Efficiently

Software Testing is a vital process in Software Development Life Cycle. It can be a hectic process on daily basis. To help you out, we are going to discuss advanced…
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Agile
19th May 2016

How to Successfully Migrate from RUP to Scrum

Rational Unified Process has a chequered history. It is dotted by constant attempts to catch up with the innovation at any given point of time. RUP was originally very similar…
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Testing
19th May 2016

The A to Z Guide to the Software Testing Process: Test Plan, Test Design, Test Execution & Test Closure

We’ve discussed a varied set of topics of late, and spent quite a bit of time discussing software development methodology – Agile, waterfall, Scrum, V-model, etc. And with good reason.…
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Agile
16th May 2016

10 Ways to Painlessly Scale Your Agile Company

Managing scaling pains has been an ancient problem for engineering and product development companies. In the 1920s, solutions such as mass production or flow production were used for scaling the…
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Agile
4th May 2016

7 Do-or-Die Situations Where a Technical Architect is Indispensable in Your Agile Team

The importance of a technical architect in software projects is well known and documented. It is normal - in fact, right - to see a project team build to the…
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Testing
4th May 2016

ReQtest Explains: What Is Recovery Testing?

Of the many non-functional requirements delivered with a project, recoverability remains one of the critical requirements that need to be tested thoroughly. If you lead any software product or system…
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Testing
28th April 2016

6 Essential Tricks for Testers to Thrive in an Agile Environment

Why do testers have to be hip to Agile? The latest state of Agile report shows clear signs of further growth of enterprises adopting Agile. The highest reasons for the…
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Agile
28th April 2016

7 Ways to Improve Communication Between Testers, Requirements Specialists and Developers

Agile and Scrum usage has skyrocketed in the last 15 years, especially in the software industry. One of the key reasons managers around the world have adopted it is because…
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