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    Improve Agile Project Planning by Involving the Whole Team

    August 30, 2013 Share
    Unlike traditionally run projects which are planned by an “expert,” Agile planning should be done with the entire team participating. Agile encourages group participation in all forms of planning and estimation. Instead of one person following a linear process of assessing requirements and project constraints, then producing a plan designed to drive schedule, budget, and resources to deliver the end project, the whole team is engaged.
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    Remote Test Execution Demonstration

    August 26, 2013 Share
    Greetings, fellow testers. Last month, Jared wrote excellent article on the new remote execution engine. Remote test execution is an extremely powerful tool for your development and testing team, especially when using multiple servers and when scheduled on a nightly basis. There are a few components involved: A storage service, which is connected to a SQL Server database. A scheduling service, which maintains a list of all the execution servers and a connection to the storage service. You can think of this as the manager of remote execution. One or more remote execution servers, and of course The Test ...
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    [Free Whitepaper] How Proper Tooling Can Help Scale Agile Faster?

    August 26, 2013 Share
    While many organizations start their Agile adoption initiatives with team rooms, whiteboards and sticky notes, organizations that are looking to mature and scale their Agile practices have found that they require an integrated solution to help. Keeping this in mind, we created a paper that talks about some of the most common issues we’ve noticed teams and organization face when they start scaling Agile. We also take a closer look on how the proper tool can help you deal with each of those aspects while focusing on What Does Scaling Agile Mean? and Scaling Agile in Realistic Environment. Download Whitepaper...
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    Is Your Code Slow and You Don’t Know Why? JustTrace Will Find the Bottleneck!

    August 22, 2013 Share
    A bottleneck is a condition where a large amount of your applications workflow flows through a single or limited number of components. Bottlenecks can be difficult to find in your code because on the surface nothing seems wrong or out of place and the application may appear to work fine in a development or test environment. However, problems related to bottlenecks can manifest as the application grows and gains more users. Issues related to unnecessary and unintended bottlenecks can grow quickly and without a profiler these types of issues can be difficult to locate. JustTrace's new bottleneck view will help you fine the bottlenecks in your code and enable you to make smart optimization decisions.

  • .NET Testing & ALM

    3 Features You Should Use to Make the Adoption of TeamPulse Easier

    Introducing a new scrum project management software to the team is usually hard. It takes a lot of time for people to get used to it. A few teams can afford to wait for that. That means you won’t have to ask them to change their habits, and thus you could avoid any resistance to the tool’s adoption and any extra risk for the success of your projects. Telerik TeamPulse allows you to customize it the way you need data to be collected, presented and used. That’s why it provides you with the abilities to create custom fields, custom board ...