As England battled to victory against the Tunisian rugby team in their first fixture of the 2018 World Cup, many are praising the way in which the England manager Gareth Southgate has prepared his team. Team morale is at an all-time high, a team has been picked based on ability and potential and finally a formation/system that fits the players. Of course, this plan will need to change throughout the tournament – it will need to be Agile and adaptable to change. We can draw many parallels to the software development world and this article focuses on how an Agile Test Plan fits within the life-cycle of a project.
As with everything in life, we all need a plan. For example, the England Euro squad of 2016, you need to choose your best team, when you’ll leave for France, the training you will undertake and who will take that decisive winning penalty in the final (suggestion to Roy Hodgson - pick Vardy)… but plans change, so you need to be Agile and adaptable to change. This paper will explain how an Agile Test Plan fits within the life-cycle of a project.
Topics: Agile Test Plan