May 03

9 Agile Principles for Test Framework Development – Principle Nine– “MVF”

In our ninth segment: Minimum Viable Functionality Utopia Senior Test Automation Expert Brett Haase explains why it is important to think in terms of…”What’s the minimum automation we create each sprint that adds value?”.

In case you missed them, take a look at Brett’s first eight principles for agile test framework development:

Principle 1: Estimate & Practice the 80/20 Rule
Principle 2: Ensure User/Stakeholder Involvement
Principle 3: Establish Processes for Handling Defects & Issues
Principle 4: Do Not “Overplan”
Principle 5: Empower Framework Developers to Make Decisions
Principle 6: Incremental, Measurable, Demonstrable Releases
Principle 7: Integrate Test Automation During Framework Development
Principle 8: Test Data Management

 

About The Author

Lee Barnes has over 20 years of experience in the software quality assurance and testing field. He has successfully implemented test automation and performance testing solutions in hundreds of environments across a wide array of industries. He is a recognized thought leader in his field and speaks regularly on related topics. As Founder and CTO of Utopia Solutions, Lee is responsible for the firm’s delivery of software quality solutions which include process improvement, performance management, test automation, and mobile quality. Lee holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from the University of Illinois.
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