9 July 2015

Taking Behavior Driven Development (BDD) for a spin: What it is and how to use it

by Ulf Eriksson / No comments

Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is a software development process that emerged from as a shift in the thinking and practices associated with TDD (Test Driven Development) and ATDD (Acceptance Test Driven Development). The brainchild of Dan North, BDD is an agile methodology with a greater focus on user stories and automated acceptance testing that synthesises […]

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25 June 2015

8 Must-Know Testing Tips for Mobile App Developers

by Ulf Eriksson / 1 comment

Apps developed nowadays have to be launched in a marketplace that’s never been as varied and dynamic as it is presently.

The startling diversity in situations and environments that your app can be used in means that testing has become increasingly important to ensure that it will operate at consistently high levels of technical performance and customer satisfaction at all times.

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11 June 2015

How to succeed at a sprint demo

by Ulf Eriksson / No comments

It feels good to show off the results of your efforts, and it’s equally enjoyable to receive the approval and feedback of a crowd that’s committed to support you. I’ve written about accountability in my last post, so it was only natural to follow it up with a discussion of how to succeed at a sprint […]

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30 January 2015

Making a product vision box to set a clear vision for your development

by Ulf Eriksson / No comments

At the basis of any innovation, whether in the arts or science and technology, lies the creator’s vision. In software development terms, it’s the concept of what the final product will look like that galvanises an entire team into action to turn the Product Owner’s vision into reality. Here’s the tricky bit however: how can […]

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25 November 2014

The problem with estimating time needed for software development

by Helen Toomik / 1 comment

Estimating time needed for software development is hard. At ReQtest, we get our estimates wrong, and we’re OK with that – that is the nature of estimates.

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24 October 2014

The Sprint as X

by Helen Toomik / No comments

My favourite introductory activity in retrospective meetings is to ask the team: if this sprint was a [x], what kind of [x] would it be? Here are the results.

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8 October 2014

Are your users S.M.A.R.T enough for your app?

by Ulf Eriksson / No comments

In this article we’ll look at what makes your users look ‘S.T.U.P.I.D’ when using an app, and how in turn we can help them be ‘S.M.A.R.T’ instead.

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4 September 2014

User-centered development creates a win-win situation

by Rickard Östberg / No comments

User-centered development creates a positive user experience for the user, which is of enormous importance, as users hold the cash at the end of the day.

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25 March 2014

Explore how to integrate ReQtest

by Helen Toomik / No comments

This article lists all of the integrations we built around ReQtest, so you can integrate ReQtest with a huge variety of tools from all kinds of vendors.

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