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3 Lies Agile Teams Tell Themselves [Video]

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3 Lies Agile Teams Tell Themselves [Video]

Does your agile team make any of these three assumptions? Do you feel those assumptions are lies? Check out this post to find out more.

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Learn more about how DevOps teams must adopt a more agile development process, working in parallel instead of waiting on other teams to finish their components or for resources to become available, brought to you in partnership with CA Technologies.

When building an agile team, there are assumptions and then there's reality.

Here are some questions to consider as you assess your company's agile progress: Are your developer and QA teams really working together in an agile way to deliver great digital experiences? Do they have the right skills? Who's actually in charge of the agile strategy?

Based on my observations and discussions with Perfecto customers, not enough organizations are asking these questions and are happy to presume they have a smooth-running and successful agile process in place.

In the video below, I discuss three common assumptions (Ok lies) about agile testing that could use a hard dose of reality. Check it out and let me know in the comment section about your own experiences moving to an agile practice.


Discover the warning signs of DevOps Dysfunction and learn how to get back on the right track, brought to you in partnership with CA Technologies.

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qa ,process ,practice ,testing ,team ,strategy

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