SCRUM

At Congruent we follow SCRUM process. This is a lightweight process used to manage and control software product development using iterative and incremental practices. SCRUM is one of the most popular agile methods because it significantly increases productivity and saves time. It ensures the best possible software to be constructed from available resources with acceptable quality on required release dates.

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Lifecycle of a SCRUM is organized by brief development iterations called Sprints. SCRUM closely synchronizes software requirements with a series of iterative prototypes.

Software product development involves a considerable degree of bedlam in the form of uncertainty and unpredictable behavior. The backbone of the SCRUM projects is controlled by establishing, maintaining and monitoring key control parameters.

The use of e-SCRUM templates in Team Foundation Server has helped us to follow SCRUM in a more structured and efficient manner ensuring quality of the software and productivity of the team is at its best. The reports developed in Team Foundation Server helps us in monitoring the key control parameters.


Test Driven Development (TDD)

Test-Driven Development (TDD) is an evolutionary approach of development which combines Test-First Development where you first write the test cases, before you write just enough production code to fulfill that test and refactoring. A key TDD concept is that preparing test cases before coding facilitates rapid feedback changes.

At Congruent we combine our SCRUM process with TDD. The testers write test cases (manual / automated) before development and share it with the developers. The automated unit tests are created in Visual Studio and integrated along with the build. After the development of the code, the developer shall walk through / execute the test cases to ensure that they all pass. TDD ensures that the number of cycles of testing and the bugs can be effectively reduced when the test cases are created before development and shared to the development team. The challenge here is to come up with an extensive list of test cases before the development with as little requirements that have been specified.

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