What skills help us build quality in?

Agile Testing Days 2015 is coming up November 9-12 in Potsdam, Germany. This year’s theme: “Embracing Agile for a Competitive Edge – Establish leadership by delivering early, rapid & iterative application releases”. To paraphrase Elisabeth Hendrickson, the ability to release business value frequently at a sustainable pace is the very definition of “agile”. That sustainable […]

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Weekend Testing Fun

I love Weekend Testing and the chance it gives to collaborate with and learn from testing practitioners around the world. However, weekends are my only time to play with my donkeys and catch up with friends and family, so I rarely have time. In past years, I was able to participate in Weeknight Testing Europe, […]

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(Some of) what I learned at Agile 2015

Warning – really long! I learned so much! It was a hectic week for me. I co-chaired the Testing & Quality Track with Markus Gärtner, which meant I went to a lot of sessions in our track – no hardship! I also did an Agile Boot Camp session on “Everyone Owns Quality” with Janet Gregory, […]

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Linda Rising’s Stalwarts session at Agile 2015

The Agile 2015 Stalwarts session are a fishbowl type discussion with leading lights of agile. I learn so much from Linda Rising every time I hear her talk (and when I read her book with Mary Lynn Manns, More Fearless Change). Do go watch videos of Linda’s recent keynotes. Whether it’s about bonobos or the […]

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What skills should we learn & teach to build quality in?

I learned so much last week at Agile Roots 2015 last week. Check out the artifacts, they’ll inspire you too! Janet Gregory and I did a plenary talk on “Do Testers Have to Code… To Be Useful?” I always love pair presenting with Janet. She did a super job of explaining our views on the […]

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