Journey to
Agile Testing
K. Swarnalatha, PMP, CSM

K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM

12/3/2013
Perceptions-Before we go
Agile
 A tester cannot program
 A tester is not required in
planning
 A testers work starts af...
Problems/Questions while
adapting agile


Confusion about new role



Resistance to change



Trying to bend the rules ...
Traditional Vs. Agile Testing

K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM

12/3/2013
Scrum Master’s Approach
Does Agile Solve all the
problems?
 It reveals the problems.

 It is people who need to
solve th...
The way the testing changed
 Sprints mark the start of the
testing
 Testing Task is like any other
task
 Work in Parall...
Role of Roles

K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM

12/3/2013
Quality
 Team is responsible for
Quality.
 Continuous Feedback

 Quick and maximum
communication

K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CS...
Types of Testing
Test Planning
Unit Testing
Acceptance Testing
Functional Testing
Regression Testing
Test Automation

K.Sw...
Benefits of Agile Testing
More Testing Time
Continuous Testing
Deliver Value to the Testing
Face to Face communication
Sel...
K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM

12/3/2013
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This Presentation is prepared by me to present it for a wider audience including Developers, Testers, Scrum Masters, Engineering Managers but specially focusing on Testers who are transitioning to Agile from Waterfall methodology.
This presentation is more thoughtful and generates more ideas and provides space for interesting discussions and new ideas for those who are in the transitioning phase.

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  1. 1. Journey to Agile Testing K. Swarnalatha, PMP, CSM K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM 12/3/2013
  2. 2. Perceptions-Before we go Agile  A tester cannot program  A tester is not required in planning  A testers work starts after functional development K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM 12/3/2013
  3. 3. Problems/Questions while adapting agile  Confusion about new role  Resistance to change  Trying to bend the rules and principle’s of agile  If developers are writing tests, what do the testers do?  I’m a QA Lead/manager, and our company is implementing agile development. What’s my role now?  The Toughest Change: Organization Culture K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM 12/3/2013
  4. 4. Traditional Vs. Agile Testing K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM 12/3/2013
  5. 5. Scrum Master’s Approach Does Agile Solve all the problems?  It reveals the problems.  It is people who need to solve them! K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM 12/3/2013
  6. 6. The way the testing changed  Sprints mark the start of the testing  Testing Task is like any other task  Work in Parallel with Developers K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM 12/3/2013
  7. 7. Role of Roles K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM 12/3/2013
  8. 8. Quality  Team is responsible for Quality.  Continuous Feedback  Quick and maximum communication K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM 12/3/2013
  9. 9. Types of Testing Test Planning Unit Testing Acceptance Testing Functional Testing Regression Testing Test Automation K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM 12/3/2013
  10. 10. Benefits of Agile Testing More Testing Time Continuous Testing Deliver Value to the Testing Face to Face communication Self Organize Less Manual Testing Develop Competency The aim is same – Change is good K.Swarnalatha, PMP,CSM
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