I’m not usually a fan of the Zephyr articles, but this one is pretty good (although not quite to the level the title indicates…). Good overview of some pitfalls you face trying to implement QA in an Agile environment.
A collection of ideas on how to improve your software quality while doing agile.
In every case, there is a common result that I must say is not directly related to development methodologies, but more to human being natural procrastination allied to unrealistic planning: the lack of good documentation at the end of projects.
Great post on one of the pitfalls about Agile…it’s often used as a scapegoat when it comes to documentation and maintenance.
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Well put article by Erik Spiekermann
Wrong question. Every craft requires attention to detail. Whether you’re building a bicycle, an engine, a table, a song, a typeface or a page: the details are not the details, they make the design.