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Agile Test Byte Leanne Howard Agile Practices Consultant

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Seven Deadly Sins Manifesto and Principles

Iteration Planning

Testing Quadrants

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Testing Techniques

Test Automation

Session Sheets

Metrics and Test Assets

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The Agile Manifesto During Agile testing, it’s helpful to keep the four central tenets of the Agile Manifesto in mind to help guide the decision-making process.

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01 Individuals and interactions over processes and tools

02 Working software over comprehensive documentation

03 Customer collaboration over contract negotiation

04 Responding to change over following a plan

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Supporting Principles – 12 Agile Principles 1) Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through the early an continuous delivery of valuable software. 2) Welcome changing requirements, even late in the development. Agile processes harness change for the customer's competitive advantage.

7) Working software is the primary measure of progress. 8) Agile processes promote sustainable development. The sponsors developers and used should be able to maintain a constant pace indefinitely.

9) Continuous attention to technical excellence and design enhances agility.

3) Deliver working software frequently, from a couple of weeks to a couple of months, with preference to the short time scale.

10) Simplicity – the art of maximising the amount of work not done – is essential.

4) Business people and developers must work together daily throughout the project.

11) The best architecture, requirements and designs emerge from self organising teams.

5) Build projects around motivated individuals. Give them the environment and support they need, and trust them to get the job done.

12) At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to be more effective, then tunes and adjusts behaviour accordingly.

6) The most effective and efficient method of conveying to within a development is face to face conversation. www.planittesting.com

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Software Testing Testing is the responsibility of ALL team members

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Acceptance Criteria

Definition of Done

Work closely with team

Automated testing

Exploratory testing

Regression testing

Defect management

‘Build quality in’ and not ‘test it out’

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Iteration Planning Start testing on Day 2 Break into small chunks Understand Acceptance Criteria Complete ‘In Progress’ before starting new Do not develop up till the last minute

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Test Plan Full Business Process E2E BDD scenarios

Functionality E2E / Integration

UI

App server Web server Database server Middleware Host SecurityID

System Unavailable

User story name and detail

Host

Online Offline

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Device Disruption Device interruption Network Connectivity Server timeout Upgrade Reporting

Regression

Risk

Audit report Audit log Error log Security log Named reports © Planit Software Testing

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Systematic & Structure Based Techniques SYSTEMATIC Equivalence Partitioning

Boundary Value Analysis

State Transition Testing

Decision Table Testing

STRUCTURE-BASED Statement Testing

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Decision Testing

Branch Testing

Condition Testing

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Session Based Testing (SBT) • Is a software test method • That aims to combine accountability and exploratory testing • To provide rapid defect discovery • Creative on-the-fly test design • Management control and metrics reporting

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Elements included within SBT

Mission

Charter

Session Report

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Session

Debrief

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Testing Quadrants MANUAL

Functional Test Story Tests Prototypes Simulations

Exploratory Testing Scenarios Usability Testing Acceptance Testing Alpha/Beta

Unit Tests Component Tests

Performance & Load Testing Security Testing “ility” Testing

AUTOMATED

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Business Related

Technology Related

Objective Evaluation

Supports building the product

AUTOMATED & MANUAL

TOOLS

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Rapid Delivery and Feedback Accelerate Continuous Delivery

Idea

Story

Production

Actionable Intelligence

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Automation Fundamentals FUNDAMENTAL CHALLENGES

NOT a silver bullet

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It is a development process

Do you know the ROI?

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Test Automation Pyramid Tests not practical to automate

Other

Manual tests are executed

Find gaps Exploratory Tests

Acceptance and regression

Acceptance Tests including System Integration

Automated tests are executed

Drive development

Unit Tests

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‘Tip of the Iceberg’ Did you know that only 10% of an iceberg is actually visible? UI

http messages (web server) Application-toApplication (business logic)

Think of your current system as an iceberg. 9/10ths of it are invisible or behind the screen. www.planittesting.com

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Agile Metrics and Test Assets • Accepted user stories – potentially shippable product/code • Conformance with the Definition of Done • Burndown charts

• Test Strategy • Iteration / Test plan • Status / Exit reporting www.planittesting.com

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Summary Seven Deadly Sins Manifesto and Principles

Iteration Planning

Testing Quadrants

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Testing Techniques

Test Automation

Session Sheets

Metrics and Test Assets

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Questions? Leanne Howard Agile Practices Consultant Planit Software Testing Main: +61 2 9464 0600 Dir: +61 2 9464 0605 Mob: +61 410 086 356 Email: [email protected]

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