A mechanical guide to testing on agile projects

Testers keep telling me that testing is not just about breaking things.  They also tell me that they are there to help the team think rather than just point out the dumb things they have done in the last sprint.

That’s probably all true.  But I have been asked by someone to give them a mechanical set of steps to do when you are an agile tester.  That way they have a starting point when they join an agile project.

So here are the 8 steps to follow:

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