Scrum for tester

1
Jan

Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) example – Gherkin, SpecFlow and Nunit for Microsoft Platform (.Net/C#)

What is Acceptance Test Driven Development? ATDD is development methodology which promote good collaboration between business and technology group. There are many similar methodologies which works more or less same way like Behavior Driven Development (BDD), Example Driven Development (EDD) and Specification by Examples etc. ATDD is extended on TDD that emphasis on developers, testers and business collaboration. ATDD encompasses acceptance testing, but highlights writing acceptance tests before writing code. Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) is a test first approach....Read More

19
Jul

How to become Certified Scrum Trainer (CST)

I receive many phone calls nowadays to know how to become CST. I don’t get these calls because of me but because of my association with Leanpitch so nothing important about me. I personally think that you must try to become CST if you wanted because there is huge gap between demand and supply especially in India. But do you really understand what all needed to become CST ?or you have just assumed that trainers are earning lots of money...Read More

9
Jul

Estimating Product Backlog – How much time and money needed to complete work

Agile estimation is one of the most discussed and debated topic but still it confuse people. We always wanted to know more and more about estimation and planning. A group of people was asking below question during my recent talk in Delhi (PlayScrum meet) then someone requested answer on Quora as well. So I thought why not to write a detailed answer here. 5 most frequently asked questions related to estimation. Why to estimate? Which technique to use? What to estimate?...Read More

1
Jul

I don’t want to be a developer

Is there something wrong with software developer designation? Because everyone wanted to become scrum master and agile coach but not a good software developer. May be scrum master sound really big because of MASTER keyword. This may be because scrum is very lightweight framework and just 16 pages to read so everyone become master easily. Since I coach development team and facilitate scrum developer workshop so get opportunity to interact with coders and testers more often. Sometime few participants give impression...Read More

20
Jun

Everyone is developer in development team and not just a coder, a tester etc.

Scrum is very simple framework to develop complex software product in complex environment but hard to practice. But why? I am not going in details of why but wanted to highlight one problem about development team as per my understanding. Development team means cross-functional and self-organizing team of developers. But who is developer? Isn’t it everyone who contribute to develop software? A coder, tester, dba, UI designer, content writer or business analyst? Now look at your team. Is it cross-functional?...Read More

20
Jun

Done with Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) so what next? Agile Coach?

Nowadays everyone wanted to become agile coach after clearing Certified ScrumMaster (CSM). And why not there are already so many scrum masters and we have to stand out of the crowd. There is nothing wrong in this because we all have passion and desire to become something. People consider CSP (certified scrum professional) as 1st step in order to become agile coach. I don’t know how true is that but I know people start collecting SEUs. This SEUs business is...Read More