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Measuring quality is not easy. Traditionally, software development teams have used defects found during testing to help determine when a product is ready to deploy. But in Agile environments, quality is baked in from the start, and defect counts may not be the best or only way to measure quality. In this handbook, experts look at key metrics collected throughout the Agile lifecycle to help managers get the data they need and determine when the application is ready to go live. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Beyond burn-downs: Metrics for enterprise Agile
- Defect tracking: Lean principles for getting the right data at the right time
- Designing and implementing ALM quality dashboards
- Four ways to reduce software testing cost without sacrificing quality
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