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Why Retrospectives Are Important in Agile Software Development

Periodically reviewing how things went—and looking for ways to improve—is an essential part of agile software development. Retrospectives are one way to do this, but it’s important to understand that there is a difference between a structured retrospective and “just talking about what happened.”

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Steve Berczuk
Upgrade Your Wetware for Better Testing

Good software testing is a challenging intellectual process. What you find when testing a piece of software depends on your thinking, your perceptions, how you organize your observations, and what connections you draw between them.

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Rick Scott