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Agile

Agile software development is a set of software development methods in which requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams. The agile philosophy promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development, early delivery, continuous improvement, and encourages rapid and flexible response to change. Agile methods break tasks into small increments with minimal planning and do not directly involve long-term planning. Iterations are short time frames involving a cross-functional team working in all functions: planning, requirements analysis, design, coding, unit testing, and acceptance testing. Working software is the primary measure of progress.

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Scrum is not a procedure or a method for building items; rather, it is an agile testing framework inside which you can utilize different procedures and strategies. Scrum agile testing framework clarifies the relative adequacy of your product advancement and management practices so you can boost up.

The Scrum framework comprises of Scrum Teams and their related parts, artifacts, events, and principles. Every part inside the agile scrum fills a particular need and is basic to Scrum’s prosperity an
Scrum is a test automation framework for agile development and testing inside which individuals can address complex versatile issues, while beneficially and inventively conveying results of the most noteworthy conceivable value.

The Scrum framework comprises of Scrum Teams and their related parts, artifacts, events, and principles. Every part inside the agile scrum fills a particular need and is basic to Scrum’s prosperity and utilization.
The standards of Scrum tie together the artifacts, parts, and events, administering the connections and collaboration between them.

Scrum Testing Roles:


Scrum has three parts: Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Team.
Product Owner: The Product Owner should be a man with vision, specialist, and accessibility. The Product Owner is in charge of constantly conveying the vision and needs to the advancement team.
It’s occasionally hard for Product Owners to strike the correct adjust of association. Since scrum agile testing framework esteems self-association among teams, a Product Owner must battle the desire to small scale oversee. In the meantime, Product Owners must be accessible to answer inquiries from the team.

Scrum Master:
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JIRA: Removing old sprints from migrated ticket to resolve a velocity chart issue
Ran into an interesting problem in JIRA that I managed to solve this morning. Figured it might help out others, so here goes!

It turns out that if you had a ticket that was part of a Sprint in one Project, but then either move it to another project or clone it, it'll still retain a history of the prior closed sprints it was in. At first, that doesn't seem like a big deal, but it means that the Project it's now part of will have messed up Velocity Charts, because it'll start including the Sprints from the other Project. And there's no obvious way to remove the old Sprints from the ticket (editing the ticket only lets you change the current Sprint assignment, not clear out prior ones.) No good!

Fortunately, the Bulk Edit feature provides a workaround and will let you clear out the old Sprint associations, which will then fix the Velocity Charts. And here's how to do it:
  1. Run a search that'll return the ticket you need to remove the sprints from.
  2. Choose the "Bulk Change" option from the "three-dot menu" in the upper right.
  3. Check only the ticket you want to change. Hit Next button.
  4. Choose "Edit Issues". Hit Next button.
  5. Check the "Change Sprint" option. Leave it blank. Hit Next button.
  6. Review the Confirmation screen. Hit Confirm button.
  7. Hit Acknowledge button when the progress meter is done.

For reference:
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by:Brian Matis
One word of caution: be careful when doing this! Bulk Change is quite powerful and if you're not watching out, you could accidentally change a lot more than what you really want to. I imagine this is why Bulk Change has so many steps to it... Sometimes I'm glad when a task is a bit difficult and cumbersome to do :-)
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Too much UX Research is bad. Lean UX focuses on constant user feedback and improvement rather than on intense preliminary feedback. Check out this article If you want to learn more about Lean UX.

https://blog.prototypr.io/the-benefit-of-using-lean-ux-7aeff7347e2b#.wf3b3wyeb
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I like the idea of getting everyone involved in testing to reduce the distance between those building the product and those actually using it.
This.
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There's nothing quite like a beta launch to get a bunch of people in the office hopping and finding new things we'd never seen happen before!

Just got in a patch for:
  • URLs shifting to the left of Posts in the home feed
  • "Add topics" warning disrupting flow if embedding was used in a Post

And working on tracking down a possible infinite loop as part of the setup walkthrough
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by:ModeIT
Removed all cookies associated to EE fixed it for me.

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by:Brian Matis
Ugh... sorry that happened to you ModeIT! Glad you were able to get past it.

We've got a fix for it coming in next Monday's release. Per my understanding, logging out and back in wasn't a guaranteed workaround and the root issue was with how the system was counting the topics being followed.
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Well this is interesting... Atlassian (makers of JIRA) just purchased Trello. I use JIRA for work and Trello for personal things, so I'm really curious about how this will play out.

https://techcrunch.com/2017/01/09/atlassian-acquires-trello/
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Really enjoyed this article re: the importance of keeping your ego in check when designing. Also had some great points about starting small and focused.

Design for Reality, Not Glory
http://blog.invisionapp.com/design-for-reality-not-glory/
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Intriguing article that's pretty relevant for anyone doing Agile development. Team I'm on was just having a discussion related to this earlier today!

Scrum vs. Kanban: How to combine the best of both worlds:
https://techbeacon.com/scrum-vs-kanban-how-combine-best-both-methods
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Agile

Agile software development is a set of software development methods in which requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams. The agile philosophy promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development, early delivery, continuous improvement, and encourages rapid and flexible response to change. Agile methods break tasks into small increments with minimal planning and do not directly involve long-term planning. Iterations are short time frames involving a cross-functional team working in all functions: planning, requirements analysis, design, coding, unit testing, and acceptance testing. Working software is the primary measure of progress.