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5 thoughts on “Manual Testing : Test Methodologies Discussion 3

  • Olubunmi Ogunsola

    It works by allowing the team to constantly review the software to determine if it is ready for release or needs changes. It enables scrum team to deliver the highest quality product in the shortest amount of time. Sprint –is a short preset period where the team designs, codes and tests product. Daily scrum meeting – quick 15 minute meeting where the project manager asks the team their progress, future endeavors, and what issues they foresee in the future.
    – Tomiwa

  • sivi ramesh

    Scrum is a agile project management framework mainly used for software development. It describes an iterative and incremental approach for project work.
    • The three roles: Scrum Master, Scrum Product Owner and the Scrum Team
    • A prioritized Backlog containing the end user requirements
    • Sprints
    • Scrum Events: Sprint Planning Meeting (WHAT-Meeting, HOW-Meeting), Daily Scrum Meeting, Sprint Review Meeting, Sprint Retrospective Meeting

  • collins

    Scum works as a team to determine if a product is ready to be relased or not in the shortest time

    scrum master, scrum product, and the scrum team

  • Banksy

    Scrum is a team focused process of software development that allows for self management of teams to manage the process while business sets the requirements. Process is known as a Sprint… or short amount of time that the team designs, codes and test the product several times over a month. With the Importance on who is included in the collaboration or Scrum events (Sprint Planning Meetings)Customers, Managers, Product Owners and Engineers.

  • Solomon Ayanaw Habtu

    Scrum is an agile methodology that is better to solve complex system. IT is a small team based cyclic and repetitive approach which generates system product to the owner from the beginning.

    Scrum has three Pillars: Role, Artifact and ceremonies.
    1. Role
    A) project owner: who develop the backlog with different releases
    B)Scrum master: who develop number of sprints based on each release
    C)Team : tester and developers that develops and delivers a sprint within a time frame

    2 Artifacts
    A) Owner Backlog: contains different functionalities going to be included in the system those are categorized in releases.
    B) Sprint Backlog: it is developed by scrum master that divides functionalities in a release and give the accomplishment time frame.
    C) burndown chart: It is a chart or graph used to see how the sprint work is achieving it’s goal.

    3 Ceremonies:
    A) Sprint planning: based on owner history
    B) Sprint review and development
    C) Scrum daily meeting: 15min team meeting to discuss what is done so far and what will be the next day task.

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