QA в Agile

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Published on September 29, 2008

Author: dpetelin

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QA in Agile QA Driven Development Alimenkou Mikalai 28.06.2008

QA Activities Required Regression testing Iteration/release tasks testing Optional Release/demo management Documentation management

Required

Regression testing

Iteration/release tasks testing

Optional

Release/demo management

Documentation management

Regression Testing Goals Verify existing functionality Check new integration points Show and monitor project status Check existing documentation

Goals

Verify existing functionality

Check new integration points

Show and monitor project status

Check existing documentation

Regression Testing Issues Functionality is growing too quickly Not enough QA engineers Too much manual work Setup and configuration issues Testing without plan/structure

Issues

Functionality is growing too quickly

Not enough QA engineers

Too much manual work

Setup and configuration issues

Testing without plan/structure

Iteration/Release Tasks Testing Goals Check new functionality Show iteration/release status Update/create documentation

Goals

Check new functionality

Show iteration/release status

Update/create documentation

Iteration/Release Tasks Testing Issues Too many bugs in implemented tasks Not enough time to the end of iteration Regression testing is not finished Tasks are too large Long feedback/bug-fixing loop QA work is not included in ‘DONE’ criteria Switching of environments

Issues

Too many bugs in implemented tasks

Not enough time to the end of iteration

Regression testing is not finished

Tasks are too large

Long feedback/bug-fixing loop

QA work is not included in ‘DONE’ criteria

Switching of environments

Release/Demo Management Issues Full regression is not finished Bug fixes produces new bugs Release/demo is prepared in the next iteration

Issues

Full regression is not finished

Bug fixes produces new bugs

Release/demo is prepared in the next iteration

Documentation Management Issues No documentation at all Documentation is hard to maintain Too much time is spend for documentation Documentation is not up to date Documentation is not shared

Issues

No documentation at all

Documentation is hard to maintain

Too much time is spend for documentation

Documentation is not up to date

Documentation is not shared

Common Issues QA team is not collocated with developers QA team members are part-time Developers defend their code from QA QA team don’t share project interests QA tools minimize face-to-face interaction Lack of respect for QA work QA team is not enough skilled

QA team is not collocated with developers

QA team members are part-time

Developers defend their code from QA

QA team don’t share project interests

QA tools minimize face-to-face interaction

Lack of respect for QA work

QA team is not enough skilled

QA Iteration 1 2 4 3 6 5 8 9 7 10 days Phase I: Planning Phase II: Automated Acceptance Testing Phase III: Stories Testing Phase IV: Regression Testing Phase V: Demo

Phase I: Planning Goals Complete understanding of sprint scope Prioritization of tasks in the sprint Additional point of view on stories Increasing team collaboration Best practices Full QA team take part in planning QA team members estimate stories Some time at the end of iteration is reserved QA estimations are used to order tasks Both manual and automated tests are estimated

Goals

Complete understanding of sprint scope

Prioritization of tasks in the sprint

Additional point of view on stories

Increasing team collaboration

Best practices

Full QA team take part in planning

QA team members estimate stories

Some time at the end of iteration is reserved

QA estimations are used to order tasks

Both manual and automated tests are estimated

Phase II: Acceptance Testing Goals Document new functionality Prepare tests for ATDD Decrease time for regression testing Automate ‘DONE’ criteria Best practices Don’t use too technical tools QA writes test, developer writes fixture Test stories at the top of sprint backlog Organize tests as documentation Developers help QA to prepare tests Completely automated testing environment

Goals

Document new functionality

Prepare tests for ATDD

Decrease time for regression testing

Automate ‘DONE’ criteria

Best practices

Don’t use too technical tools

QA writes test, developer writes fixture

Test stories at the top of sprint backlog

Organize tests as documentation

Developers help QA to prepare tests

Completely automated testing environment

Phase III: Stories Testing Goals Complete ‘DONE’ criteria Integrate and check new functionality Early preparation to the demo Best practices Use branches for large tasks or demo branch Reduce amount of manual testing Start story testing as soon as possible Update test suite for bugs and issues Completely automated testing environment Developers often integrate code on local machines

Goals

Complete ‘DONE’ criteria

Integrate and check new functionality

Early preparation to the demo

Best practices

Use branches for large tasks or demo branch

Reduce amount of manual testing

Start story testing as soon as possible

Update test suite for bugs and issues

Completely automated testing environment

Developers often integrate code on local machines

Phase IV: Regression Testing Goals Check integration of all implemented stories Preparation to the demo Prepare sprint status Best practices Division of automated tests in suites Easy and short stories at the end of sprint Buffer for team internal tasks Developers help to perform testing Some kind of code freezing Categorization of bugs and issues Update project testing metrics

Goals

Check integration of all implemented stories

Preparation to the demo

Prepare sprint status

Best practices

Division of automated tests in suites

Easy and short stories at the end of sprint

Buffer for team internal tasks

Developers help to perform testing

Some kind of code freezing

Categorization of bugs and issues

Update project testing metrics

Phase V: Demo Goals Demonstrate implemented functionality External demo Share project knowledge and experience Best practices Prepare to the demo during sprint Include demo preparation in ‘DONE’ criteria Automated environment for demo All team members present at the demo Demo is driven by QA team member Fixed time and place for sprint demo

Goals

Demonstrate implemented functionality

External demo

Share project knowledge and experience

Best practices

Prepare to the demo during sprint

Include demo preparation in ‘DONE’ criteria

Automated environment for demo

All team members present at the demo

Demo is driven by QA team member

Fixed time and place for sprint demo

Phase VI: Retrospective Goals Share knowledge about QA process Analyze and improve QA process Increase integration with developers team Analyze team structure Best practices Use external facilitator Members of other teams present Gather and share project metrics Use experience of developers team in retrospectives

Goals

Share knowledge about QA process

Analyze and improve QA process

Increase integration with developers team

Analyze team structure

Best practices

Use external facilitator

Members of other teams present

Gather and share project metrics

Use experience of developers team in retrospectives

Best Practices Use engineer practices Unit testing TDD ATDD Continuous integration Code review Pair programming Static analysis

Use engineer practices

Unit testing

TDD

ATDD

Continuous integration

Code review

Pair programming

Static analysis

Best Practices QA team is collocated with developers Product owner works with QA for AT At least 1 QA for each 2 developers Increase QA team incrementally Developers help with all technical stuff Use short internal iteration before release Calculate and publish testing metrics Provide traceability for tests

QA team is collocated with developers

Product owner works with QA for AT

At least 1 QA for each 2 developers

Increase QA team incrementally

Developers help with all technical stuff

Use short internal iteration before release

Calculate and publish testing metrics

Provide traceability for tests

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