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MTM/TFS now supports cloning so that helps with versioning test artifacts (test plan, test suite & test cases) from Regression Test Management perspective. See https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/visualstudioalm/2013/05/03/cloning-test-plans-using-microsoft-test-manager/ Additional detailed guidance (current as of 2015) is at Visual Studio ALM Rangers ...


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Project Management Institute is one of the most well-known. More at https://www.pmi.org/certification/agile-management-acp.aspx Another leader is: https://www.scrumalliance.org/certifications which breaks out various roles including developer A personal note is that in my experience this certifications will make you entry-level and only a year or two in ...


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Identify base stories. It is very important to identify one or multiple base or reference story against which you would do relative sizing of the backlog. This story is picked from current product backlog or a different story which we have done earlier. But what is important is the understanding of this sory is same among everyone on the team. Team should ...


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Firstly unlike traditional methodologies where the QA estimate may be separate to the developer estimate, when working in an agile way you will want your software testing estimates to be combined with your developer estimates, producing one estimate per user story. The most common way to do this estimate is using story points where your estimates is a ...



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