The test-EiffelTower versus test-Pyramids

The more developers I teach about the testPyramid (as described by Mike Cohn in his book Succeeding with Agile) the more I think it should actually be a test-EiffelTower instead. Let me explain my reasoning.

The great pyramids are ancient marvels of engineering, but engineering…

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Written by Niels van Reijmersdal

January 29th, 2017 at 15:59

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The Agile sales pitch

So your teams love to work Agile and are in pursuit of finding the highest value for your clients and end-users. Still your clients live in a world where ‘buying features for fixed prices with contractual deadlines’ are the standard. This is very understandable as ‘What are we getting for our money?’ is a logical question upfront.

So I keep questioning how do I sell the Agile way of working to a world that is just not ready for it…

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December 11th, 2016 at 19:22

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