Permanent automated testing / UAT incorporated in sprints

Last post 07:17 am January 19, 2016
by Ian Mitchell
1 reply
06:05 pm January 15, 2016

I got a question regarding integration of automated testing into sprints. I am in a very large bid from my company and my guy from internal revision wants that we put a „full blown“ UAT at the end of the development -> what will not work with Scrum as all the benefits go away. It‘s about a portal project (web portal) with an estimated development volume of about 3 Mio. US$.

My internal guy wants a real (anonymised) plan from a ScrumMaster who did these kind of projects in the past (how to plan automated testing up to UAT into the sprints). Do you know anybody I could ask in regards of such a real sprint planning / project plan.

Hope I described my topic understandable. Thx for some feedback. Christian

07:17 am January 19, 2016

Wouldn't it be more important, when bidding for Scrum development work, to show how you intend to put increments in the hands of a client? Is the client expecting incremental delivery?