We live in an information age where technology is constantly and rapidly progressing with every single day. Furthermore, emerging technologies are driving the rapid rate of innovation and having a transformational impact on the IT industry and further afield. As Bill Gates once said, “Innovation is moving at a scarily fast pace.”
Agile in Medical
For quite some time, a very common misconception was that Agile software development and medical software development are a contradiction in terms. This is an industry, after all, where adhering to regulations is practically as important as the product itself - even a breakthrough product is of little gain if it is not compliant and thus not marketable.
In the agile approach test engineers will be working as a part of their scrum teams and they can easily become isolated from other test community. What to do? Build your QA Guild!
Everybody is talking about test engineers as part of Scrum teams, but what happened to the test team? Is there a place for a test team in the Agile world? Although there is no discrete test team in the Scrum framework, you still have some options for organizing your test engineers, supporting them and helping them exchange knowledge and best practices.
But let’s go back to the beginning …