Lisa Crispin hace un tiempo que ha publicado un libro dedicado al Agile Testing – More Agile Testing.
Como me estoy preparando en el tema, e investigando de muchas fuentes, creí oportuno diseñar el mapeo del libro para después recurrir a ellos cuando me hicieran falta. Es así que a continuación listo el contenido del libro, y recuerda que todos los contenidos que hemos diseñado se encuentran en el área de Mapas Mentales. [Lisa Crispin (ver blog)]


I. Introduction
1. How Agile Testing has evolved
2. The importance of organizational culture

II. Learning for Better Testing
3. Roles and Competencies
4. Thinking skills for testing
5. Technical awareness
6. How to learn

III. Planning – So you Don’t forget the big picture
7. Levels of precision for planning
8. Using models to help plan

IV. Testing Business Value
9. Are we building the right thing?
10. The expanding tester’s mindset: is this my job?
11. Getting Examples

V. Investigative Testing
12. Exploratory Testing
13. Other Types of Testing

VI. Test Automation
14. Technical debt in testing
15. Pyramids of Automation
16. Test Automation design patterns and approaches
17. Selecting test automation solutions

VII. What is your Context
18. Agile Testing in the Enterprise
19. Agile Testing on Distributed Teams
20. Agile Testing for Mobile and Embedded Systems
21. Agile Testing in Regulated Environments
22. Agile Testing for Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence Systems
23. Testing and DevOps

VIII. Agile Testing in Practice
24. Visualize your Testing
25. Putting it all together


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