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With respect to testing they are the same. Kanban and Scrum are both iterative Agile development models, the goal is to get the most important tasks fully done (including testing) as soon as possible. The product should be potentially shippable at the end of the iteration. The difference is with Scrum the end is a set date, with Kanban it could be anytime ...


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Kanban is not a software development methodology. It does not prescribe any method of development or testing. You use Kanban for visualizing - and improving - what you are already doing. So, if you are currently a Scrum team, and have specific testing/ test automation practices, you can continue to use the same with Kanban as well. If you are using ...


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Unit testing is a great way to test code with specific endpoint values and compare them with expected results, but there are many things that unit testing cannot cover. Unit tests provide you with a linear test, for the software. Automation should cover a more broad approach to what the software actually does. Agile is a difficult space to implement ...



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