Agile Testing Condensed – Deutsche Ausgabe


The Agile Testing Condensed series keeps growing. We are excited to announce a new translation of the famous book written by Lisa Crispin and Janet Gregory is on the market. The book is now also available in German thanks to Maik Nogens.


Agile Testing Condensed provides a concise, easy-to-read overview of how to successfully test and create a culture of quality in an agile context. Janet and Lisa have distilled their knowledge from two decades of agile testing to help readers understand:


  • How testing and quality professionals work together in an agile team.

  • How to engage testers with the rest of the agile development team.

  • How to incorporate testing activities into an agile cycle.

  • Who is responsible for performing the various testing activities and when.

  • How to involve everyone on a delivery team in continuous testing.

  • What options are available to plan testing activities using visual templates.

  • How testing can "keep up" with short iterations or continuous delivery.

  • How to evaluate test effectiveness and continuously improve.

  • How to get traction for test automation.


This book is a must-read for testers, delivery and product team members, stakeholders, managers, and executives. The authors of the first two books ("Agile Testing" and "More Agile Testing"), give detailed examples of challenges that real agile teams have faced and describe how they were solved. This condensed book provides an overview of agile testing practices that have proven useful in many contexts.


Detailed information on all topics in Agile Testing Condensed can be found here:


Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams, Addison-Wesley Professional, 2009.

More Agile Testing: Learning Journeys for the Whole Team, Addison-Wesley Professional, 2014.



 

Find out more about the authors and translators:


Lisa Crispin - Author:

lisacrispin.com

twitter.com/lisacrispin


Janet Gregory - Author:

janetgregory.ca

twitter.com/janetgregoryca


Maik Nogens - Translator:

twitter.com/MaikNog

github.com/MaikNog

linkedin.com/in/maiknogens