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Can Agile Testing Succeed in Complex Application Environments?
by IBM

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Published on: December 12, 2012
Type of content: WEBCAST
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Price: FREE

Overview:

Many companies are adopting Agile practices for faster delivery, higher quality, and improved customer collaboration. But can Agile work in environments where applications are highly complex and are dependent upon several interconnected subsystems? Often, many of the critical systems are unavailable to test until late in the development cycle, causing unforeseen quality issues and high project risk.

Monica Luke, Lifecycle Solutions Architect for IBM, and ScrumMaster Priya Raju will share proven Agile testing strategies that eliminate the testing bottleneck on both internal and offshore projects, and enable teams to conduct continuous testing even in the most complex environments.

In this web seminar, you will learn:



  • Key technical impediments to continuous testing

  • Cultural and process obstacles that must be addressed to remove the testing bottleneck

  • Best practices for Agile practices and automation that yield measurable results in better quality and faster software delivery


 

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