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The Quality Assurance Team

Posted By: Coly Gutekunst on March 31, 2010

Who we are…

The quality assurance team is an integral part of the product development team here at Fellowship Technologies. Each of our Scrum teams has a dedicated quality assurance analyst who is responsible for testing the product and ensuring it meets the acceptance criteria defined in each story for new features. The testing is a combination of manual and automated testing.  Please meet the QA scrum team members:

Matthew Sneeden joined the Quality Assurance team at Fellowship Technologies in the summer in 2009.  A Computer Engineering graduate from Milwaukee School of Engineering, Matthew has worked in Software Quality Assurance since early 2006.  His specialty is creating automated test suites from the ground up for both client and web applications.  At FT, his main duties include supporting one of our Scrum teams, as well as maintaining and improving our suite of automated tests.  He is passionate about the user experience,…

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How does Fellowship Technologies manage complex projects?

Posted By: Lance Dacy on March 24, 2010

Here at Fellowship Technologies and in our Product Development team, we strive to constantly improve how we manage our projects. When it comes to software development, based on our own experience and research, we realized that the Waterfall method would not suite our needs of delivering product as quickly as possible. Based on this conclusion, we began looking at what method would help us best manage our software development process. In early 2008 we decided that the Scrum framework looked like a process that was small and simple to learn, yet constantly delivered increments of quality software. Fast forward just over 2 years and we still believe Scrum is the way to go. By no means are we working exactly the same way as we were 2 years ago, but the general framework of Scrum still proves to work best for us. In this post, I hope…

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