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08/12/2011 migle@adform.com. Agile Testing. Agenda. Challenges in Agile testing “Must’s” of Agile testing Testing as a team Path to Agile testing Going the path Measuring traveled distance. Challenges. C1. Fast feedback. C2. No documentation. C3. Old practices are inefficient. C4.

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08 12 2011 migle@adform com
08/12/2011

migle@adform.com

Agile Testing

agenda
Agenda

Challenges in Agile testing

“Must’s” of Agile testing

Testing as a team

Path to Agile testing

Going the path

Measuring traveled distance

challenges
Challenges

C1

Fast feedback

C2

No documentation

C3

Old practices are inefficient

C4

Sprint start/end problems

C5

Agile way of quality

C6

No metrics

C7

Lots of regression

testing against documentation
Testing against documentation

Good testing

Good documentation

Quality

testing against documentation information
Testing against documentation information

Product owners

User manuals

Developers

Existing product

Good testing

Good documentation

Quality

regression eats time
Regression eats time

Feature testing

Feature regression testing

regression eats features
Regression eats features

Development

Packet creation

Regression

Development

Development

Packet creation

Regression

new team member robot
New team member - robot

A1

Unit tests

A2

Automated regression

quick wins
Quickwins

Manual

Automated

quick wins1
Quickwins

Manual

Automated

quick wins2
Quickwins

Manual

Automated

quick wins3
Quickwins

Manual

Automated

exploratory testing
Exploratory testing

Scripted testing

Exploratory testing

Ad hoc testing

exploratory testing1
Exploratory testing

Step 1

Plan testing activities

Step 2

Execute tests

React and adapt

Step 3

Make regression test cases

the must s
The Must’s

M1

Automate regression

M2

Use traditional practices if needed

M3

Exploratory testing – main way ofmanual testing

M4

Test as a team

M5

Risk/priority based testing

M6

Code review / pair programming

M7

Continuous integration

agile tester
Agile tester

R1

Plan / take metrics in the beginning of sprint

R2

Learn from / helpwith unit tests

R3

Execute manual testingandregression

R4

Make regression test cases

R5

Drive testing process

R6

Constantly gather information

R7

Maintain test cases

R8

Execute pair testing / pair programming

agile programmer developer
Agile programmer developer

R1

Create unit tests

R2

Automate regression tests

R3

Execute manual regression

R4

Code review / pair programming

scrum master
Scrum master

R1

Use influence to get regression automation

R2

Provide balance

product owner
Product owner

R1

Review regression test cases

R2

Provide information about priorities / risks

path to agile testing
Path to Agile testing

S1

Empower people

S2

Automate regression

S3

Start practicing traditional practices

S4

Start practicing exploratory testing

S5

Start reading unit tests. Pair programming /pair testing

S6

Optimize. Be Agile

going the path
Going the path

Each team at own phase

Learning from leaders

Common process and tools

Measure and adopt

Testers knowledge sharing

measuring traveled distance
Measuring traveled distance

TM1

Test success rating

TM2

Code coverage %

TM3

Test automation %

BM1

Defects – fixes ratio

references
References

www.testingexperience.com/testingexperience03_09.pdf

http://www.agiletesting.info/

http://www.ambysoft.com/essays/agileTesting.html

http://www.scrumalliance.org/articles/392-agile-testing-key-points-for-unlearning

http://www.testertroubles.com/

http://www.google.com