|||"Highly Automated Agile Testing Process: An Industrial Case Study", In e-Informatica Software Engineering Journal, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 69–87, 2016.
DOI: , 10.5277/e-Inf160104.|
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Jarosław Berłowski, Patryk Chruściel, Marcin Kasprzyk, Iwona Konaniec, Marian Jureczko
This paper presents a description of an agile testing process in a medium size software project that is developed using Scrum. The research methods used is the case study were as follows: surveys, quantifiable project data sources and qualitative project members opinions were used for data collection. Challenges related to the testing process regarding a complex project environment and unscheduled releases were identified. Based on the obtained results, we concluded that the described approach addresses well the aforementioned issues. Therefore, recommendations were made with regard to the employed principles of agility, specifically: continuous integration, responding to change, test automation and test driven development. Furthermore, an efficient testing environment that combines a number of test frameworks (e.g. JUnit, Selenium, Jersey Test) with custom-developed simulators is presented.
software engineering, testing process, agile software development, case study