From the beginning of time, the relationship between developers and software testers has always been that of 'Cat and Mouse'. This relationship has had its fair share of short comings which chiefly included unmet deadlines and lack of confidence when shipping software products. The talk is meant to introduce a better relationship between developers and testers by going over the importance of including testing in an Agile cycle.
We will look at different levels of testing E.g. Unit vs integration testing, how units work together. Knowing why we are writing each test - what are we trying to achieve when we write a test for a unit as that is a place that developers struggle and either write duplicate tests or not enough and changeability and confidence can suffer as a result.
Objective is to build better agile software teams and ship clean python projects with confidence.
I am Kudakwashe Siziva
I am a web developer and software product
manager at Muzinda Hub. I am here to share with
you the benefits of Agile Software Testing.
“I don’t care if it works on your
machine! We are not shipping your
machine!” — Vidiu Platon.”
EcoFarmer – Case Study
ü Software Testing
ü Is an umbrella term to describe of software
development methods including scrum
ü Emphasizes collaborative, integrated teams,
frequent delivery and ability to adapt to
changing business needs.
ü Is a process of executing a program or
application with the intent of finding the
ü Is important to point out defects and errors
made during development
ü Makes sure of customer’s reliability and
satisfaction in the application
ü Helps ensure quality in product, quality
product delivered helps in gaining customer
üAgile Software Testing
Principles of Agile Software
ü Testing moves the project forward
ü Testing is not a phase
ü Everybody tests
ü Reduce feedback latency
ü Tests represents Expectation
ü Bugs do not hang around
ü Reduce test documentation overhead
ü Tested is part of “done”
ü From test last to test-driven
Special thanks to all the people who helped
› Yollanda Gonyora
› Patrick Vine