Friday, November 15, 2013
As agile methodologies continue to grow in popularity in enterprise software development, many testers are unsure of their role in the process. Often it seems like unit testing is done by developers, acceptance testing by the product owner or users, and functional testing not at all. This leave testers wondering if test plans, test cases, UI testing, and defect management have any place at all in software today.
There are still important roles for traditional testers in Agile methodologies, but these roles require a shift in both skills and thought processes. There is no question that testers have to be ...