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presented during 2 days seminar on software testing in vellalar college, erode

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    • Agile Testing Vs V model August 17, 2007
    • Objective
      • What is V model
      • What is Agile Testing
      • Why Agile Testing is preferred
    • V-model
    • Agile Testing Project Release Plan Release N+1 Dev. QA Dev. QA Dev. QA Dev. QA Dev. QA Dev. QA Dev. QA Dev. QA Dev. QA Dev. QA Dev. QA Dev. QA Scheduled release Anal. Anal. Anal. Anal. Anal. Anal. Anal. Anal. Anal. Anal. Anal. Anal. Unit Tests & White-Box Tests (During Development within Iteration) Functional Acceptance Tests (Automated & Manual) (During QA within Iteration) System Validation Tests (After Release and during deployment) Scheduled release Scheduled release Scheduled milestone Scheduled milestone Release N Release N+2 Iteration Iteration Performance Tests (At planned milestones and after Release)
    • Sample conversation
      • V – model:
      • Agile Days:
    • Why we prefer Agile Testing
      • Advantages of Agile:
        • The entire team takes the responsibility for quality
        • Just the right amount of documentation
        • Quicker feedback
        • Accommodate changes
    • Why Agile testing? Contd…
      • Disadvantages of V-model:
        • V model does nothing to accommodate change
        • Implementation of unit tests or integration tests as separate phases is not a practical approach
    • Questions?