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Agile Testing Condensed: A Brief Introduction

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Agile Testing Condensed presents a concise, easy-to-read overview of how to succeed with testing and build a quality culture in an agile context. Janet Gregory and Lisa Crispin have distilled their knowledge from two decades of agile testing to help readers understand: -How to fit testing activities into an agile cycle-Who is responsible for completing various testing acti ...more
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Published October 4th 2019
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Jan 16, 2021 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Software Testers
A good introduction to agile testing. It does a good job of hitting the broad strokes, while making sure to link to more resources to dive in deeper from.

Both authors are excellent, and the writing in the book is clear and seemed right for someone who had been testing for a while but wanted to dig into agile testing concepts more (or have a refresher).

There were a couple of frustrating illustrations in the book (none of the Agile Testing Quadrant images had the quadrants labeled as written in th
Leandro Melendez
Apr 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Una excelente y rapida lectura para los que quieren darse una empapada en los temas de agile testing.

A diferencia de sus previos libros, las autoras no entran a demasiado detalle en este, haciendo una descripcion mas general que sirve como guia para los que buscan direccion en temas especificos o tener una idea muy general de el proceso de calidad en agile.

Lectura requisito para toda persona involucrada en QA o agile.
Tatiana Shepeleva
Jun 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Great book to grasp a concept of a relevant testing approach in Agile world. It doesn't go into deep details, but shows good overall picture. ...more
Stephanie Frias
Jan 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A great great condensed set of ideas :D
Jun 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2020
Great condensed book. It allows you to revisit many relevant testing approaches in a couple of hours of reading. It is fast reading and easy to read, book.
Jan 13, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Nice and concise. Good introduction into the topics and good reference material.
Recommended as a refresher or for new comers.
Karl Metivier
Jul 30, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: agile
Nice overview and highlights of testing in an Lean/Agile/DevOps. Should be read by anyone doing or managing software development.
Dusty Juhl
Jan 05, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: own
If you have to explain a joke, it ceases to be funny. If you have to explain why testing specialists are still relevant, there's a strong likelihood that this is not the case. The end of the book laid out ways in which testers can still contribute in various ways to their team, but this book felt a bit like a tired defense of testing specialists that I've heard before. While I don't believe that testing is dead, I do believe that the skills required for a modern agile team are changing. "The mor ...more
Elias Nogueira
Oct 09, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
For those who know about Agile Testing and read previous Agile Testing and More Agile Testing books, it's a resume.

I recommend this book for people-oriented working in development teams or IT departments that deliver software.
If you see you in trouble trying to explain how agile testing works, give this book as a gift to the person.
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