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Part III: Planning—So You Don’t Forget the Big Picture

It amazes us how many times we still hear, “But we don’t need to plan now because we are doing agile.” We agree that in agile development, we don’t do big, up-front planning all in one phase. But planning is important, and it is part of agile. We plan as we need to—just in time. Lean thinking refers to the idea of the last responsible moment, so that you don’t waste your time on details you don’t need yet.

We divided this part into two chapters. In Chapter 7, we deal with the idea of levels of precision for planning: understanding what is needed at the level you are currently planning. In Chapter 8, we talk about how different models can help us plan our testing. We cover the agile testing ...

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