Podcast series: Agile and open source development advice

Software development organizations often concern themselves with how to lead their distributed agile teams and what open source tools to use. In this podcast series, Matt Heusser explains how distributed agile development works in his organization and recommends some helpful open source tools.

Software Tester Matt Heusser

This podcast series with expert Matt Heusser covers how distributed agile development teams should operate to efficiently create software and discusses which open source tools work best for testing. As worldwide distribution can cause delays that impact development and halt production, Heusser advises what can be done to avoid this complication. Finally, with numerous available open source options, Heusser explains how your team can make sure it has chosen wisely.

Podcast: Expert explains how to manage testing with distributed Agile teams
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