Author Archives: agilesoma

About agilesoma

An aspiring agile coach. I work in one of the leading Telecom Product Companies. I am a CSM and have more than 2 years of experience in working with agile teams. Passionate about agile/scrum and helping people who would benefit from my experiences and understanding.

Agile Testing

Hello everyone, in this article I would take you thru some of my experiences in Agile testing. About Me: • Scrum Master • CSM and CSP from Scrum Alliance • Working with Agile software development from past 4 years (approx) … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | 1 Comment

Experience of giving the Lightning Talk in Amsterdam Scrum Gathering

This all started with the Special Mentor I met in an Agile event, Jesse Fewell 🙂 [More about him @ ] I told him I was passionate about Agile and wanted to contribute more in this domain. He told … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Experience of being a speaker @ Amsterdam Scrum Alliance gathering

Coming soon 🙂 You can watch the video @

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | 2 Comments

Lots of trial and error’s – Part 1

When I joined the new R & D project, there had been an organizational change to adapt to agile. Most of the testers of my team were moved to the component areas where they had to work with the developers … Continue reading

Posted in Agile | Tagged | 1 Comment

What Luck :)

Slowly and steadily, I started reading about it with more interest. No force from the top management so it was more of a personal interest. I started seeing the benefits of it unfolding right before my eyes. It broke the … Continue reading

Posted in Agile | Leave a comment

My Inspiration

The one sentence I would like to quote is from one of the coaches that I have had the privilege of being trained from: “Agile does not solve all your problems, it makes it so painful that you cannot ignore … Continue reading

Posted in Agile | Leave a comment

My 1st Acceptance

I was and am still from the testing community and a “tester” by profession. It was a shock for me when they said that there are no testers or developers, everyone has to take up all the tasks and everyone … Continue reading

Posted in Agile | Leave a comment