When transitioning from traditional approaches to Agile development, testers are no longer handed the code after developers have finished working on it, rather, they are a crucial part of the same cross-functional team. In this workshop the new roles and responsibilities of testers are explained, as well as the new mindset adopted by the testers and the whole team. The day to day work of an Agile team throughout the iteration is discussed as well as different testing levels and the important aspect of automation.
The workshop includes interactive exercises and real life situations, covers the key factors for successful Agile testing implementation and provides important insights and best practices that can be implemented in your Agile teams.
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“Helped me understand well how to plan and be able to deliver higher quality using test automation. I learned also about tools that other companies are currently using.”
“The workshop provided skills for approaching the implementation of test automation, including how to convince my organization to move towards it.”