Agile Testing: Your Key to Better Software

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How to Improve Test Case
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When you do think testing should begin? For best practices your organization should shift left – all the way left. Your testers should think about test case design before the first line of code is written in the requirements definition phase. Don’t let traditional testing be a bottleneck and learn how you can test at the speed of agile.

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