Integrating Testing and Documentation into Agile Teams
Many teams follow an agile development process, but there is a lot more work being completed other than just software development.
How many of your teams are truly agile? Let me put this another way. How often do your teams release software to production? Many teams follow an agile development process, but there is a lot more work being completed other than just software development.
All teams have some level of governance that controls when they can release software. The more restrictions a company has the larger the releases tend to be. As the size of the release goes up so does the duration of time between releases and the risk associated with the release.
I have worked for nearly 2 decades in FDA regulated domains. These domains, in particular, are plagued with slow response times and high-risk releases. But they do not have to be.
In this session, you will learn about a development procedure we call Agile Document Delivery. With Agile Document delivery testers are fully integrated into the development teams. All of the work done to support a software release is completed during the same iterative development cycles as software development. The product backlog items that are completed represent a truly releasable increment.
I welcome you to the Agile Testing Days 2021 conference and I would like to invite you to attend our Agile Document Delivery session.
Combo-Session: 30-minute Talk & 75-minute Workshop
Two-Day Tutorial (12-hour Workshop)