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Agile methodologies have proven to be a popular addition to the software engineering toolbox promising significant advances in quality for small teams, with developers no longer weighed under by the documentation said to characterise traditional approaches. Yet, in spite of these claims, quality assurance remains a question to which agile methodologies have given only a partially satisfactory answer. This work examines quality assurance practices among student developers working withindoi:10.1109/aswec.2005.38 dblp:conf/aswec/MarringtonHT05 fatcat:rjvjmk4ljfe4njxov6jstqokiy