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Check out our company blog to take advantage of a diverse range of insightful content, covering topics from continuous integration and Agile methodologies to the latest on test automation and DevOps.

Why We Test

What do you want? Speed or quality? The two are not mutually exclusive, however, they do have an impact on each other, so a balance must be struck.

Infographic: Is your Agile project in need of rescue?

This handy infographic looks at Agile project disaster warning signs and offers some tips on preventing those problems.

3 skills needed for better collaboration

Collaboration is key to ensuring a successful conclusion to your projects.

Moving from Waterfall to Agile? 5 Steps to Avoid Certain Death

With an increasing consumer demand for regular and rapid deployment of releases, developments teams are increasingly moving away from Waterfall and towards Agile.

Signs that your internal processes are failing

Here are some warning signs that indicate your internal processes are failing (and a few suggestions for fixing the issues).

Easy steps to transform your organisational workflow using Agile

If your organisation is relatively new to the Agile methodology, then you can achieve some rapid and easy benefits for your organisational workflow by implementing a number of quick wins.

When is your job finished? (‘it’s not my job’ isn’t a valid excuse)

When it comes to the responsibilities of various people on your team (including yourself, your superiors and your subordinates) the key is individual ownership.

Increasing the Adoption of Automated Software Testing in Your Organisation

Common barriers to the adoption of automated software testing in organisations.

Will embracing Agile put an end to Offshore Outsourcing?

In our latest blog post, Pauline talks about the challenges of outsourcing and how Agile is the way forward.

Test Automation: How going round in circles improves your chances of reaching your destination

Welcoming 2i's first Guest Blogger; Greg McKenn, an experienced Test Engineer who introduces us to his way of thinking when it comes to Test Automation ''Sometimes going round in circles really does improve your chances of getting you to where you want to be''