Scott Logic’s approach to testing is underlined by these principles:
Testing is everyone’s responsibility
We believe that agile testing helps to spot issues quicker. But for this to work, it needs to be embraced by all project members, from developers to business analysts.
Embed testing from the start
Testing is not a final check before code is released. Testers should be participating members of a software team, even in the earliest stages.
Rather than flag up a long list of issues late on, testers should have an open channel of communication with developers, raising issues that can be addressed as the project continues.
Testers should be versatile
The most valuable testers should be able to work with code, ask important questions, and understand the wider goals and aims of the company.
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