Solution Spotlight: Agile ALM: ATDD To Continuous Integration

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Posted:  09 Apr 2014
Published:  09 Apr 2014
Format:  PDF
Length:  15  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English


ABSTRACT:

In the past, organizations either sacrificed quality for speed or vice versa. Now, Agile methods help produce a high-quality product in a shorter timeframe, with a focus on continuous feedback. "If you don’t get the early feedback, you’ll be fixing things late. You’ll have integration issues..." said Gartner Inc.'s Research Director, Application Platform Strategies, Sean Kenefick.

In this Solution Spotlight, learn more from Kenefick and other experts about Agile development techniques such as continuous integration and acceptance test-driven development (ATDD). Discover how they enable developers to achieve both speed and quality, as well as explore the benefits, trends and challenges of each technique.

Read now to learn how testing changes sooner, finding defects earlier, and getting immediate feedback from customers makes for a higher quality product on a shorter timeline.





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