Testing and Agile: Academic to Practical
October 06, 2020
Topic: Testing and Agile: Academic to Practical
Waterfall development processes provide guidelines and guardrails to aid in producing quality software. Much like training wheels on a bike or speed governor on a sports car, these aids can prevent the system from reaching maximum capability. Agile projects may remove some of the impediments to performance, but at the same time increase the risk of software defects. Thus testing becomes a critical component for successful agile development.
Presenter: Brett is an employee of International Paper working primarily with supply chain development teams. He received his BSE in EE/CS from University of Tennessee Knoxville in 2002 and MSBA in MIS from University of Memphis in 2017. He has 17+ years of custom SAP application development experience as an ABAP development specialist, project team lead, APO development analyst and consultant tasked with rewriting many large legacy systems and designing new custom solutions. https://www.linkedin.com/in/brehberg/ https://twitter.com/brettrehberg
Topic: DevMemphis - Testing and Agile: Academic to Practical Time: Oct 6, 2020 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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