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Story Maps – A Testing Tool After All

** The following was recently published as a sidebar in Lisa Crispin and Janet Gregory’s new book More Agile Testing. The book is full of great advice from the authors as well as other contributors including a few from Protegra. I encourage you to take a look. **   So you’re an agile tester and … Continue reading

#1 skill for #agile and #traditional project team members – “Enough-ness Sense” #pmot #baot

I’ve had the good fortune on being on small, medium, and large traditional and agile teams. As I’ve worked on Agile teams recently, I’ve come to realize that both types of teams require one non-technical skill above all others. (In my humble opinion) Interestingly enough, this skill is required on both traditional and agile projects … Continue reading

How to create 10,000 Extract, Transform, and Load automated tests using 4 tables #agile #data

The thing I love about my chosen profession is the ability to learn new things and improve on lessons learned from past projects. Recently I was able to take on a problem that I have experienced on multiple past projects. “How can we easily create automated tests for a Data Migration or Extract, Transform, and … Continue reading