Testing with Agile

Testing with Agile

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  • Week 1 - Should we build it? Did it matter?
    Ultimately, agile’s backbone is the substitution of observable results over the false certainty of elaborate plans. You’ve learned to avoid waste by validating problems/needs and user motivation before investing in software. Putting that testing into practice ...
  • Week 2 - Is it usable?
    The best products are tested for usability early and often, avoiding the destructive stress and uncertainty of a ‘big unveil’. In this module, we’ll look at how to diagnose, design and execute phase-appropriate user testing as a standard practice. Anyone can l...
  • Week 3 - Does it break?
    The practice of continuous delivery and the closely related DevOps movement are changing the way we build and release software. It wasn’t that long ago where 2-3 releases a year was considered standard. Large firms like Facebook now release new code twice a da...
  • Week 4 - Your Continuous Delivery
    You've learned about the continuous delivery pipeline and how to improve cycle time. In this module, you'll apply that learning to improve your own processes.




Alex Cowan
Faculty & Batten Fellow
Darden School of Business


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