Administrator2021-11-08 at 6:33 pm
@thambu my problem is you are separating testing from development. You end up with two “tickets” when in fact, there should just be one. Instead of “develop ABC” and “test ABC” as two tickets, it should be “do ABC” as one ticket. There can be separate tasks in that ticket for developers and testers. The team should be estimating together to come up with reasonable numbers for how long it will take to get the entire ticket (user story, product backlog item, or whatever it is called) to “done”. Separating things out creates a waterfall situation where one group does the work and passes it to another group, rather than the agile way where the group works together.