Topic – “Strategy to approach test automation using testing quadrants”


Agile may sometimes use to denote any kind of “dynamic” or “unstructured” way of working with others. But, this term more commonly suggests a focused yet rapidly iterative software process that follows agile manifesto principles.

Today the Agile Manifesto—has become widely accepted as a practical approach to project management within the mainstream software development and testing community. Manual and automation test plays a key role in delivering top-notch quality software. However, in the modern world of automation, the scope of the application testing is diversified in factors such as complex business scenarios, complex data structure, multiple test deployment environments, Test execution environments (Cross-browser, cross-platform, cross-device, etc.), communication and notification among geographically distributed agile teams, etc. These factors mostly affect the rapid delivery of agile principles.

The presentation is designed to understand how agile testers could collaborate together using the testing quadrants to help resolve most of the rapid delivery challenges.