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By John Watkins

In an IT international within which there are otherwise sized initiatives, with various functions, otherwise expert practitioners, and on-site, off-site, and off-shored improvement groups, it's very unlikely for there to be a one-size-fits-all agile improvement and trying out process. This ebook presents useful assistance for pros, practitioners, and researchers confronted with developing and rolling out their very own agile checking out procedures. as well as descriptions of the popular agile equipment, the booklet offers twenty real-world case stories of practitioners utilizing agile tools and attracts upon their reviews to suggest your personal agile procedure; no matter if yours is a small, medium, huge, off-site, or maybe off-shore venture, this ebook offers custom-made tips at the agile top practices from which to settle on to create your individual potent and effective agile approach.

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Rather than try to adopt a whole new process we decided to adopt a smaller number of agile practices taken from the Essential Unified Process [34]. The concepts within this process are delivered using cards – this means that minimal information is referenced when it is needed. The practices used were Iterative Essentials and Use Case Essentials. The beauty of the Essential Unified Process is that it adopts a practice-based approach, where the practices underlying the process are defined separately in a way that allows you to select just the ones that will benefit your project.

The test analyst shall be responsible for designing and implementing the test scripts required to test the application under test . . ”). Issues of reporting, management, and liaison should also be specified. Inputs and outputs – specifying those artifacts (the items created and/or used within phases) required as inputs to this phase to ensure successful testing of the application under test (such as the test plan, the software itself, and the requirements documentation), artifacts created during this phase (such as test designs, test scripts, and test result record forms), and artifacts output from this phase (such as the tested software, completed test result record forms, and the test summary report).

The case studies presented in the next section of this book provide an excellent illustration: real-world IT practitioners, working on unique projects, facing the need to deliver solutions in an agile manner, and needing to find their own interpretations of agile best practices. In many of the cases studies, the authors have started from a point of adopting or using an established agile method, but have then had to modify or enhance the method to more closely meet the unique requirements of their particular project.

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