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Agile Software Development versus Legacy Developments - Quality Assurance and Project Management

Agile Software Development versus Legacy Developments - Quality Assurance and Project Management

On several occasions I’ve witnessed companies, who have decided to develop software using agile methodologies, view the QA role in teams as basically a waterfall tester who is involved with automated tests. By this I mean someone who performs all the manual testing of the product required within the team, and who is also exposed to test code (the latter depends on many factors, and is explained fully here).

On several occasions I’ve witnessed companies, who have decided to develop software using agile methodologies, view the QA role in teams as basically a waterfall tester who is involved with automated tests. By this I mean someone who performs all the manual testing of the product required within the team, and who is also exposed to test code (the latter depends on many factors, and is explained fully here).

Quality Assurance activities should follow every stage in the Software Life Cycle. For each activity in the Software Life Cycle, there is one or more QA support activities focusing on ensuring the Quality of the process and of the resulting product.

Quality Assurance activities should follow every stage in the Software Life Cycle. For each activity in the Software Life Cycle, there is one or more QA support activities focusing on ensuring the Quality of the process and of the resulting product.