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Expositor: Janet Gregory
Resumen: When agile development first gained popularity, agile meant collocated teams, including testers, programmers, analysts, and customers who were expected to perform many functions. As agile methods have spread and expanded, it becomes apparent that one size does not fit all.
For example, large organizations and those with globally-distributed teams are facing challenges with their agile deployment. Having worked with many teams, Janet Gregory has observed ways that testing in any agile teams can still help deliver a high-quality product. Whether your agile team is part of an enterprise solution, or part of a distributed team is scattered across time zones with individuals working remotely from home, or is part of an offshore outsourced project, you’ll take away techniques and tools to help develop open communication, deal with cultural differences both within an organization and across continents specifically related to testing activities.