The evolution of agile methodology enforced the enterprises to innovate and deliver at lightning speed.
An agile development process seems too dynamic to have a test plan. Most organisations with agile, specially startups, don’t take the documented approach for testing. So, are they losing on something?
How often you push your “Phone Updates” to a later date as an update install means your phone would not be available to work. Even though the updates just take a couple of minutes, but in a fast-paced world where a minute delay could mean a lot, non-availability of services for a fraction of seconds frustrate you.
Kinkar brain was cluttered, being a technical head he was committed to delivering a project within six months, and after working for five months on a project when they were ready for first UAT, the code refused to float because of incompatibility of browsers.
As the Agile form of software development is making waves and ruling the roost in the software game, a new player is slowly emerging – microservices.