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Scrum Master, the Modern Development Manager

Written by Alex Karasyov

The Scrum Master (SM), in the Scrum process, requires individuals to wear many hats and perform well in varied situations. Although the roles of facilitator and team coach often come to mind when thinking of the SM, this crucial role goes beyond “removing impediments” and providing moral support to the rest of team. Below, I’ll break down some of the areas that the SM...

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How Do the BQAs at Rangle Fit Into a Scrum Team?

Written by Arti Singh

At Rangle, we realize that while we try to maintain the team-first approach to quality as defined in the Scrum Guide, there are just some things that our Business Quality Analysts (BQAs) are better at. The role of the BQA on a development team at Rangle is not as a tester as in other organizations, as my colleague Eric has already alluded to in his...

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BQAs: Why We Combined the Business Analyst and Quality Assurance Roles

Written by Erick Dimistracopulos

Quality assurance has a bad reputation. Despite being a vital part of the development process, some argue that if developers were writing good code in the first place, then QAs wouldn’t be necessary. Yet constant testing is vital to ensure things work as they’re supposed to. Part of the problem with more traditional quality assurance is that the role isn’t integrated enough...

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