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By mitchp
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Published: Mar 11 2010 / 11:04

When one looks at all the wastes, defects has to be the most obvious one. The cost and repercussions of finding defects varies depending on where in the cycle they're found. Defects found early on in the development life-cycle are way less costly to resolve than defects found later on in the cycle; the most expensive being when applications are already in-production.
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MCII replied ago:

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OMG, Lean seems to become the new Agile!

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Daron replied ago:

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Lean becoming the new Agile was inevitable, but this article's a real buzzword fest.

It's full of penetrating observations like..."So automated functional testing is a good way to automate the functional test plan"



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