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Don't fall victim to these 5 Scrum anti-patterns

Scrum is meant to adapt and change to different scenarios. Here are five common anti-patterns that can arise in Scrum when teams get complacent or comfortable with their old ways.

Use cases of various types of test doubles for unit testing

Test doubles run the gamut from mocks, to stubs, to fakes and spies. Let's examine the ups and downs of using various test double types with unit testing.


Follow these database testing basics for better data

Data is typically a company's most valuable asset. The data should be treated as such, with vigorous, almost constant testing, regardless of its location.

Are you really doing Scrum? Follow these guidelines to be sure

Let's examine how the proper implementation of Scrum elements like timeboxing, the product owner and Scrum Master ensure a team will actually benefit from the Agile framework.

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    Why chaos engineering isn't as chaotic as it sounds

    Don't let the name fool you. SSQ editors chatted with author Mikolaj Pawlikowski about why chaos engineering can be easily implemented into your testing environment.

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