Абрарова Лилия Искандаровна
Системный аналитик - Открытая мобильная платформа
Kazan, Russia
Attended conferences (2)
Talks (2)
  • 26.12.2020
    Why write end-to-end system use cases, or how the analyst was involved in test automation

    One of the main problems we encountered when developing the product is a large number of defects identified while the integration of components (front-back-mobile application-OS). The reason of the problem was that the development of the product was carried out from the private to the general. When developing features, the requirements and test cases for specific system functions were analyzed in detail, not for the product as a whole. We decided to automate end-to-end tests. The limitations were that there should be few of them, and they should be useful from a business point of view, that is, reproduce user scenarios that are close to real ones. 

    In this talk, I want to tell you about how an analyst can help in automating end-2-end tests, namely, in creating end-to-end user scenarios, and share the experience of using this approach. Also, what end-to-end scenarios can be useful for later determining and adjusting the requirements for the system's functionality.

    • Average
    • 20 min
    • Analyst Days / 12
  • 13.07.2020
    The analysis process in an iterative product development

    One of the main problems that almost any team faces when moving to agile methodologies is the lack of detailed requirements. In other words - the problem of an incomprehensible backlog. In this report, I would like to talk, how we have improved the requirements development process by involving the dev team in the analysis process as part of sprint planning and product backlog refinement meetings (PBR, grooming), as well as refining requirements during development. This report will be useful for analysts, product managers, and any member of the agile development team.

    • Easy
    • 20 min
    • Analyst Days / 11
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