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Agile testing is a software testing practice that follows the principles of agile software development.

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In our test team, we are working alongside developers in agile teams and we use (to some degree) a test system like you're referring to. There are a few reasons why this isn't as much of a problem as …
answered May 31 '13 by Daniel
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There are a few challenges to the situation that you are raising. First, there is no official thing called waterscrum, so there are no rules for doing it. Generally, Waterscrum or WaterScrumfall are d …
answered Aug 13 by Daniel
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Testing in Agile or "DevOps" is not significantly different from each other. A team identifying as DevOps is probably looking for even more rapid deployment, but it's the same automation and collabora …
answered Sep 18 '17 by Daniel
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A lot of penetration testing I've seen has been black-box testing. In Agile teams, a lot of black-box testing moves to white-box testing. The nice thing about this is that white-box penetration testin …
answered Feb 19 by Daniel