Enterprise Agile,. Mobile and DevOps resource
Are you faced with adopting enterprise agile, DevOps or mobile testing challenges?
If so, we’re trying to help gather guides and best practices on TechBeacon Learn, where you can dig into a specific topic and learn more.
We’ve been working with TechBeacon authors and others to create these guides, authored by industry experts, and we will continue to add more product specific content over the coming weeks and months. I’m sharing this here, because I think it might be useful for this community
Here’s a snapshot of three tracks that you might be of interest. (note this is only a subset of what is available)
- An agile leader's guide to writing user stories
- A practical guide to user story splitting for agile teams
- How to build performance requirements into your user stories
- How to write effective software defect reports
- Self-assessment: Is enterprise agile right for your organization?
- Scaling agile: An overview of the frameworks
- Introduction to enterprise agile planning at the team, program, and portfolio levels
- The lean-agile portfolio: A primer
- How to prioritize your backlog using weighted shortest job first
- HPE ALM Octane—Backlog Management
- What is continuous testing? Know the basics of this core safety net for DevOps teams
- The right way to run exploratory testing in an agile environment
- A guide to automation testing frameworks—and how to build yours
- Robust object identification: The best way to create test automation scripts
Mobile Testing (A number of topics, from basics, to automation, load testing and security)
- How mobile testing differs from traditional testing
- Dealing with mobile fragmentation in testing
- Emulators and simulators vs. real-device mobile testing
- Deciding factors: Build or rent a real-device mobile testing lab?
- A guide to mobile testing automation tool types
- Introduction to mobile load testing
- How to get started with mobile penetration testing for Android
- How to get started with mobile penetration testing for iOS
*** Finally - If you have a best practice or want to share a lesson that you learned, let us know, we would love to hear your stories.