Thanks to ThoughtWorks, I was introduced to many things -
The list is actually quite long - but that is not the intention of this post.
The main takeaway in my learning at ThoughtWorks though, is how to Test better, and be more effective in that for the end-user.
Even before my time at ThoughtWorks, I never agreed with the thought process that Functional Automation can / should be done only when the feature is stable. But at ThoughtWorks, I did learn many more tips and tricks and techniques and processes how to do this Functional Automation in a better way, as the product is evolving.
On 9th April 2011, I had written a detailed blog post / article regarding how can we test better in the Agile world.
This post was titled - "Agile QA Process", and the document was uploaded to slideshare with the name - "Agile QA Process". I am very pleasantly surprised that till date, that document has had over 74K views and almost 2.7K downloads, and is still my topmost viewed post on slideshare.
When I look back at the document, it still seems very relevant and applicable, to me!
What do you think?