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More Agile Testing > What Is Your Context?

This is digitalised collection of testing resources created and published by Lisa Crispin and Janet Gregory in their book More Agile Testing: Learning Journeys for the Whole Team“. For more details on their work, visit http://agiletester.ca.

Already digitalised and checked parts: Introduction, Learning For Better Testing, Planning, Testing Business Value, Investigative Testing, Test Automation. Comming soon:  Agile Testing in Practice.

Part VII: What Is Your Context?

Books

Links goes mostly to amazon.com. My website does not have affiliate links.

Articles, Blog Posts, Slide Decks, Websites

More Agile Testing > Planning

This is digitalised collection of testing resources created and published by Lisa Crispin and Janet Gregory in their book More Agile Testing: Learning Journeys for the Whole Team“. For more details on their work, visit http://agiletester.ca.

All already digitalised and checked parts in this series: Introduction, Learning For Better Testing, Planning, Testing Business ValueInvestigative TestingTest Automation, What Is Your Context?, Agile Testing in Practice.

Part III: Planning—So You Don’t Forget the Big Picture

Books

Links goes to amazon.com. No affiliate links.

Steve Freeman and Nat Pryce, Growing Object-Oriented Software, Guided by Tests, Addison-Wesley, 2009.
Robert Galen, Software Endgames: Eliminating Defects, Controlling Change, and the Countdown to On-Time Delivery, Dorset House, 2005.
Ellen Gottesdiener and Mary Gorman, Discover to Deliver: Agile Product Planning and Analysis, 2012.
Elisabeth Hendrickson, Explore It! Reduce Risk and Increase Confidence with Exploratory Testing, Pragmatic Programmer, 2013.
Michael Hüttermann, Agile ALM: Lightweight Tools and Agile Strategies, Manning Publications, 2011.
James A. Whittaker, Jason Arbon, and Jeff Carollo, How Google Tests Software, Addison- Wesley, 2012.

Articles, Blog Posts, Slide Decks

More Agile Testing > Introduction

Two weeks ago on Slack, we talked about collections of good resources and Lisa wrote that she and Janet created a good one, but it is not available online. I volunteered to digitalise it and she agreed. Since then I am checking links and reading articles. What can I say – it is an AMAZING collection! Thank you, Lisa & Janet, for your kind allowance to publish the list online.

This is the bibliography list created and published by Lisa Crispin and Janet Gregory, More Agile Testing: Learning Journeys for the Whole TeamFor more details on their work, visit http://agiletester.ca.

All already digitalised and checked parts in this series: Introduction, Learning For Better Testing, Planning, Testing Business Value, Investigative Testing, Test Automation, What Is Your Context?, Agile Testing in Practice.

Part I: Introduction

Books

Links goes to amazon.com. No affiliate links.

Websites, Blogs, Articles, Slide Decks

 

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