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Posts Tagged ‘Agile Development’

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Feb , 17

5 secret solutions to Automated Testing success

  Tools for automated testing are a dime a dozen, so finding the right one can be a struggle. Researching and choosing the right automated testing tool will ultimately determine your rate of success. But wait, what else is there to consider?   Automated Testing is quite a popular way of testing in the QA [...]

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Nov , 16

“Agile development methodology is not a choice anymore, it has become the only way to continuously improve”

    In an interview with Project Manager, Chandan Kumar, he talks about how the agile development methodology has led to a better way of working and delivering software compared to the traditional methodologies. Chandan has over 11 years of experience and is a certified Scrum master from Scrum Alliance. He has managed fairly large [...]

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Apr , 16

How long does it take to build a custom app?

  If you’ve ever had to ask a developer about the time it would take to build a mobile app you’ve probably heard the classic “Oh I don’t know, it depends on a lot of things” response.   It can be an infinitely frustrating conversation.   But the good news is this – its 2016. [...]

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Oct , 15

Need to improve organization decision making? Go Agile

  As recently discovered by an HP study, Agile is now the overwhelming majority of development processes. As the agile development methodology began showing up in companies around 15 year ago, it has been widely adopted and regarded as the best way to create software and applications. Here’s what the study discovered:     With [...]

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Sep , 15

How can you start using Testing methodologies that work in Agile Development Lifecycle?

  As stated by the very name itself, Agile Development should be fast. With a system setup in sprints that is measured in velocity, it’s a curious thing to see so many methodologies that aren’t working quickly in agile development today.   Using methodologies that capitalize on the speed of the application should always be [...]