Chapter 6. Questioning Quality
It’s no secret that compromised quality was a regular feature of traditional waterfall software projects, primarily due to the highly risky practice of all-in-one integration and testing at the very end. Although Scrum’s focus on iterative and incremental development alleviates significant risk, the reality is that we will never be able to totally eliminate every defect.
The following three shortcuts step you through both preemptive measures and remedial actions to help deal with those pesky bugs.
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- Chapter 6. Questioning Quality
- from Scrum Shortcuts without Cutting Corners: Agile Tactics, Tools, & Tips
- Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
- Released: July 2013
Agile’s focus on iterative development and ongoing testing eliminates many of the quality risks associated with traditional waterfall methods. The insights in this reading help you address quality through both preemptive measures and remedial actions.
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