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8 February 2013

Even in Agile, what has a beginning must have an end

by Mark Debono / No Comments

When working on an Agile project each iteration must be completed before continuing onto the next. No matter what the nature of the work being carried out is, when something is considered as completed, it must really mean it is completed. Apart from having features that depend on others, each completed feature must be in [...]

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11 January 2013

Can’t you just test around a little before release?

by Mark Debono / No Comments

I was once involved in a project at an insurance company. The system we built was an insurance system for one of the largest insurance companies in the country. We had some hundreds of users spread across different locations over the country. There were 10 or so developers in the project, the system was deployed [...]

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14 September 2012

Use pair-testing for better acceptance testing

by Mark Debono / 3 Comments

Let testers and end-users do acceptance tests together using pair testing. Testing knowledge and business knowledge are combined to boost acceptance tests.

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21 September 2011

5 Steps to Successful Acceptance Testing

by Mark Debono / No Comments

This article will give you 5 specific actions you can regard as a checklist for success in acceptance testing.

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