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I would like to extend project portfolio with another testing methodology. I used to use TMAP Next from Sogeti here ( Are there some other free-to-use methodologies similar to TMAP Next? Especially agile methodologies are welcome.

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closed as too broad by dzieciou, Kate Paulk, bytebuster, testerab Jan 20 '14 at 22:09

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Hi Dee, what problem are you trying to solve? Yes, there are plenty of free-to-use testing methodologies, but why do you want to change, and what do you need to accomplish? – testerab Jan 15 '14 at 7:27
I agree with testerab. There are no silver-bullets: methodologies that work for large telecomm systems developed in corporations may not work well for startups working on new CRM app for mobile phones. – dzieciou Jan 15 '14 at 7:48
what I want to achieve is list of recomendations on what I'm asking. by the way, it can perfectly increase traffic of QA&T Q/A, what should be goal of this beta. So do you know some, please write an answer. You don't? Never mind. – Dee Jan 15 '14 at 19:49
Dee, both dziecou and I know plenty of answers. Most are going to be totally irrelevant to you. If you can't give us a bit more information, we can't give you good answers - it's a two way thing I'm afraid. Different methodologies suit different situations. It depends what problem you're trying to solve. – testerab Jan 20 '14 at 22:09
if there is a plenty answers, name at least one. I do not see any. Question narrowed ... and somebody added +1 to the question, so there is an interest. – Dee Jan 24 '14 at 12:01

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