Can Agile Testing Assure Retail Sector the Next Phase of Growth?

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Can you imagine driving through a retail store for your groceries? Or an Autobot delivering your orders at your doorstep? Retail biggies have done unimaginable innovations to woo the right mix of customers, so anything on these lines is absolutely imaginable.

Whether it is pop-up stores, magic mirrors, digital price tags, or engaging kiosks, it is becoming a task to keep up with the digital revolution in the retail space. At the same time, it is impossible to stop working towards and investing in new ideas. There is no chance that the sector can lose its charm after such humungous investments in setting it up.
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6 Ways How Agile Testing Saves IT Enterprises from Testing Inefficiencies

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Gartner in its report on ‘10 Things CIOs Need to Know About Agile Development’ states that in the current digital transformation environment CIOs are pressurized to support fast-evolving digital enterprises. However, they find traditional project and development methods ineffective. It has been observed over a period that all old and new enterprises are getting inclined towards Agile development methodology to speed up the projects and bring value.
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5 More Best practices for Test Driven Development (TDD)

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Test Driven Development (TDD) is a testing methodology that helps achieve Speed and Quality with its specifically structured mechanisms. In 2015 we published a blog post on 7 Best Practices for Agile Test Driven Development (TDD). The blog post was hugely appreciated, liked and shared and got over 80,000 hits.

In this post, we take that further and discuss 5 More Best Practices to derive maximum results from TDD.
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How to Find Defects Even Before Coding Starts

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A popularly used idiom states, ‘Being an early bird is better than being a night owl’. This might not click literally, but, the idea is that in today’s competent software development scenario it is considered beneficial to plan testing along with the process of development. ‘Start testing early’ is one of the principles in the software development life cycle. In this article we intend to evaluate the advantages and logic behind starting the testing process way ahead in SDLC. The underlying motive is to help identify defects and issues before the production/coding starts.
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Successfully Implementing TDD/BDD to Enable Shift-Left Testing Approach

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Today, when developers are using tools like J unit/N unit for testing their code, approaches such as test driven development (TDD) and behaviour driven development (BDD) focus on improving the quality of the code that is being written. Though the approaches require a different mind-set, the objective remains the same.

Usually Behaviour driven development is focused on the business behaviour of your code: the “why” behind the code. The focus is usually on the intent rather than process. It supports a team-centric (especially cross-functional) workflow. BDD works really well when a developer and either the agile product owner or a business analyst sit down together and write the pending specifications:
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