Establishing an Agile Environment for QA
Under legacy development approaches, testing was always pushed to the very last phase. Developers first had to create the code, often in monolithic builds, and would then pass it to quality assurance teams for testing.
However, by the time it got to QA, there often wasn't enough time to thoroughly vet it. Agile testing aims to be substantially more comprehensive, and it's important to get the flow of this approach right. One of the biggest changes under agile operations is that roles have become more integrated and accountable than ever before. Not only do testers themselves have to work together as a team, but the QA team itself is now expected to interact with developers and stakeholders from the very beginning of a project.
This communication is vital to successfully implementing agile principles and achieving high quality standards for all of your projects.
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