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Has Agile Helped or Hurt Testing?

Has Agile Helped or Hurt Testing? web seminar
Thursday, May 27, 2021
1:30pm-2:30pm ET / 10:30am-11:30am PT
The Agile Manifesto turned 20 earlier this year and many are celebrating. But from a testing perspective, should we be celebrating agile or not? Has a move toward a model where everyone on a team is supposed to become a generalized specialist a good thing or a bad thing for testers? Is more or less emphasis placed on testing in agile? Does quality improve or decrease when cross-functional teams report to product owners instead of line managers? Is a renewed interest in test automation good or bad?
 
Join long-time testing experts Jeffery Payne, Johanna Rothman, and Robert Sabourin as they debate whether agile has helped or hurt testing. Each member of this panel has been in the testing community long enough to remember what testing was like before agile and have been involved in agile enough to understand its pros and cons. Hear each of their opinions on this topic as they explore the gray areas between good and bad. Take home a better understanding for how to make your testing process and practices effective in an ever changing world.
 
This is a webinar you don’t want to miss!