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ZenTao is the "Most Used Test Management Tool" for the Seventh Year in a Row! Sticky

ZenTao is the champion of the "Most Used Test Management Tools" for seven years in a row with a 38.5% market share in 2021!
  2022/03/22   ZenTao Team   741
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【A Brief History of Agile】Ward Cunningham - The Inspiration Behind Wiki

Ward Cunningham is up to the challenge, whether Wiki, Object-oriented programming, Extreme Programming, or the Agile Manifesto. Based on his rich software development experience, Ward has summarized many experiences and ideas that have become the guidelines for future software developers.
2022/05/05   Jing   131
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【A Brief History of Agile】Brian Marick - I have no contribution to the Agile Manifesto

Brian's career has been enriched by the many different roles he has tried to achieve. Although his identity has changed at each stage, he has been able to win the recognition of his colleagues with his ability and experience. In addition to programmer, tester, test consultant, and agile consultant, Brian has another role - researcher. Brian has been doing research and published some of his research on various media platforms.
2022/05/05   Jing   245
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【A Brief History of Agile】James Greening - Agile Is A Way To Move Forward

James Greening, inventor of Agile Planning Poker.
2022/05/05   Jing   124
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【A Brief History of Agile】Jim Highsmith - Climber of the Agile Peak

To Jim, whether for work or play, what you do is climb.
2022/05/05   Jing   107
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【A Brief History of Agile】Kent Beck - Pragmatic Idealist

No matter what or how much it cost, Kent wanted to do the right thing. Fortunately, it was his persistence that led to the creation of a world of software development. Kent Beck has delivered an excellent performance in the innovative field of Extreme Programming, constantly proving "that which is real is reasonable". JUnit, built by Kent Beck and Erich Gamma, is even more significant for many Java programmers.
2022/03/31   Jing   249
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【A Brief History of Agile】Ron Jeffries - Stay away from "Artificial Agile" and return to the "Nature of Agile"

Ron Jeffries is a strong practitioner of Extreme Programming and a strong opponent of "artificial agile" and "dark agile". The essence of agile advocated by Jeffries is to benefit programmers, improve efficiency, and produce value.
2022/03/24   Jing   190
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【A Brief History of Agile】Stephen J. Mellor - A Brilliant Integration of Modeling and Agile

The fusion of two unrelated things often produces a beautiful chemical reaction. Stephen described "Agile" and "Modeling" as follows: "Agile" and "Modeling", although rarely in the same sentence, they are not in conflict at all. On the contrary, modelers can learn a lot from those who implement Agile, such as building tests for models early. Those who follow agile processes can also benefit from increased productivity and more accessible communication with customers. Undoubtedly, everyone can benefit from it.
2022/03/22   Jing   146
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【A Brief History of Agile】Jon Kern - Agile MDA in the Details

By the late 80s, Jon probed the new object-oriented paradigm, and he quickly adopted C++. With the birth of UML, Jon finds a firm direction and path: to become an evangelist for object-oriented and lightweight processes. In 2001, a new concept was proposed: MDA. Model Driven Architecture (MDA) is a practical design approach that developers take to capture the project requirements, plans, and implementation design and follow it to implement the system. In the decades that followed, Jon Kern worked as an Agile MDA tutor in the business of Agile training.
2022/03/22   Jing   139
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【A Brief History of Agile】Alistair Cockburn - Be Agile in the Way Make Bread

Alistair Cockburn used the example of making bread to symbolize the different phases of agile. "Agile is about simplifying information prompts to better focus on achieving great results", which is Alistair's high-profile response to the overly complex state of the Agile industry.
2022/03/11   Jing   216
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【A Brief History of Agile】Martin Fowler - Optimal Solution of Agile

In Martin Fowler's world, everything has an optimal solution. Everyone has the right to speak in the agile software's future.
2022/03/09   Jing   272
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