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Applying Test-Driven Development to Agile[magazine]

Test-driven development (TDD) is fundamental to agile, but to most of us caught up in projects, there's never enough time to commit to it. Erick Fleming shows how to use TDD to improve product quality and time to delivery.

Erick Fleming's picture Erick Fleming
Deploy Automated Testing to Create Better Software[article]

Receiving feedback on your testing results should yield dividends in quality. And the sooner you get that feedback, the quicker you can start seeing improved and consistent quality and faster time to market. So the question becomes, why wait to jump on the automated testing bandwagon?

Viktor Clerc's picture Viktor Clerc
Why ISO 29119 Is a Flawed Quality Standard[magazine]

Never afraid to voice his opinion, James Christie doesn't object to the adoption of any recommendations that improve software quality. He does, however, believe that ISO 29119 is fundamentally flawed.

James Christie's picture James Christie
Critical Questions to Ask When Choosing a Third-Party API[article]

This article exposes the risks and hidden costs involved in the seemingly innocent decision of which third-party APIs to use to gather and report data, offload critical functionality, and save implementation time. It addresses some typical reasons the decision-making process over third-party use is overlooked, as well as how to make good choices confidently and consistently.

Paul Bruce's picture Paul Bruce
Go Bimodal in Your Enterprise: Stop Shaving the Yak![article]

Going bimodal refers to an enterprise supporting two modes of operation: the first, the stable mode, is the secure, robust, reliable one you already know. The second, the agile mode, is a fast path that exists alongside the first and allows you to get results done quickly and without much fuss while not compromising the integrity of your IT.

Zeev Avidan's picture Zeev Avidan

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