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If the QA team(s) are unwilling to permit consolidation of the tickets then the answer for the problems within your area would be to commit your changes on just one ticket and mark all of the relevant tickets ready for test referencing the commit, most trackers will allow this, and/or referencing the ticket that you committed your change on as a related ...


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This is all about process, organization, workflow and communication. Take a step back and think about the big picture and how things should work. First work on the big picture with everyone and then drill down to the details, making an extra effort to map out the workflow, agree on the details and iron out the kinks. I would focus on: promote the whole ...


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Ya know, it's late at night for me but it sounds like you are getting too many tasks assigned to you.. I would Prioritize the QA tasks. There should be less than about six tasks at any time that are high priority...something like that. Do the lowest priority tasks really need to be completed? Revise prioritizes and estimates regularly. If too many new QA ...



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