Aligning Agile Practices With Quality Assurance

January 2016
CIO Insight;1/29/2016, p1
The article discusses the results of the Web Testing Trends in 2016 survey in the U.S. Topics discussed include the adoption of agile software development for Web applications, advancement in quality assurance, testing, and fixing of computer viruses, and the importance of a stable communication between software developers and quality assurance teams.


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