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Testers + Scrum = ? Several times I’ve had conversations with people who work with Scrum or Agile methodologies who claim they don’t have testers and don’t run into any problems. On the...


Introduction When it comes to code reviews, it all depends on your company and your team's mode of work, or the process that moves an idea into a software product. With this article, I...


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