This just in via the InfoQ blog: a report (PDF) written by Henrik Kniberg with the intriguing title "Scrum and XP From the Trenches". Haven't read all of it yet, but the quote from the report included at the end of the InfoQ blog post caught my attention:
"I've probably given you the impression that we have testers in all Scrum teams, that we have a huge acceptance test team for each product, that we release after each sprint, etc., etc. Well, we don't. We've sometimes managed to do this stuff, and we've seen that it works when we do. But we are still far from an acceptable quality assurance process, and we still have a lot to learn there."
Testing is hard. But testing can also be fun!