Automated Agile Testing Is Needed, And Someone Needs To Decide To Do It

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Did you wake up this morning and think to yourself, "gee, I think I'd like to try some agile today?"  Allow me to leap between you and your coffee to announce that your adoption of agile requires more than just management techniques (stand ups, burn downs, and card walls).  You are going to need a framework for running automated tests on a scheduled and ad-hoc basis, and some well-engineered

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