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Head First Agile: As a tester, will this book help me understand all other aspects of the process?

 
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I love all the Head First books I have read so far. I have been a software tester for longer then i want to count but have dreams of doing more in terms of actual development work. The last two places i have been have done a agile/scrum approach to software development. Would this book help me understand the other aspects of agile to help me get in the flow once I get a chance to start development work?
 
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Absolutely. We intentionality targeted several decent agile methods, and made no assumptions about any prior knowledge. We did this specifically because we understand that our readers come from many different backgrounds -- developers, testers, team leads, managers, product owners. (It helps that between the two of us, we've done all of those jobs professionally.)

So yes, I think you will definitely find our nook helpful!
 
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