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Articles by N. Ganesh
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  N. Ganesh
  Many Indian software organizations nowadays are keen to switch their project development from traditional software development to agile software development. During their shift in transition many software organization stick to the practices adopted in traditional methodology and they fail in their project when they change state to the agile practice without knowing fully well about the agile software development. This study exclusively focus on the various levels of planning and its meetings starting from planning at large, like initial planning, strategic planning meeting, release planning meeting, iteration planning meeting. Most of the Indian software companies research either with extreme programming agile methodology or with scrum framework. This study focus on the scrum framework and discuss about the daily scrum meetings, sprint burn down meetings and the retrospective meetings. This study will be highly useful for the first time agile practitioners as well to the larger crowd as this paper is devised after making a thorough scrutiny and discussion from large number of experienced practitioners working on agile software development projects.
  N. Ganesh and S. Thangasamy
  Software is considered to have high quality, only if it has undergone a series of good test cases. Test-driven development is a software Development practice that leads to better quality and fewer defects in code. The purpose of study of this paper is to evaluate the difference between a traditional testing and agile testing, the testing techniques involved in agile projects, the different modes of testing, the do’s and don’ts of testing and also about the set of activities an agile tester needs to keep in mind while working on agile projects. A study has been conducted in a software firm in Chennai, India. Two different testing modes have been proposed. Based on the testing modes that is projected in this article, the do’s and don’ts of a software tester and their activities has been formulated. A simple yes/no type questionnaire is included in this article which is given to the testers before testing. Answering the simple yes/no questions makes a tester to be an efficient tester in his job. By following the do’s and don’ts guidelines and the activities of a tester given in this article, it is found that the efficiency of an employee involved in agile testing has been improved considerably. It is concluded that testing plays a vital role for any project. Testing would be more efficient if a parallel testing could be done in par with the development team. Better quality could be achieved if the project team follows a continuous integration with a continuous delivery and a continuous feedback from the customer.
 
 
 
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