"Process" is one of those notions that lends itself to silver bullet status. Each process has its adherents, and different processes get popular one after another. I'm not here to argue which process is best (we'll save that for a later post!). What I would like to do is consider how "test" integrates into each process. I'll do a separate post for each of the major processes I've used, so bear with me.
All thoughts on processes are my own and are meant as reflections of my experiences with them, not with the theory of the process itself. No flamewars, please.
Other Posts in this series:
Test in Process: A Series (http://blog.abakas.com/2007/08/test-in-process-series.html)
Test in Process: RUP (http://blog.abakas.com/2007/08/test-in-process-rup.html)
Test in Process: XP (http://blog.abakas.com/2007/08/test-in-process-xp.html)
Test in Process: SCRUM (http://blog.abakas.com/2007/08/test-in-process-scrum.html)