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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Overcoming test automation challenges

Janet Gregory and I enjoyed participating in the Quality in Agile conference in Vancouver April 20-21. We paired on a keynote: “Do testers need to code… to be useful?” Our opinion in a nutshell: testers need technical awareness to collaborate effectively with all their team members, but our software delivery teams already should have expert […]

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Experiences of a _More Agile Testing_ contributor

Bernice Niel Ruhland, a director of quality management programs, contributed so much value to  More Agile Testing. In addition to sidebars where she explains ideas she uses for training and managing testers, we refer to several stories and ideas we learned from her. She also read every draft of every chapter at least three times […]

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Facing Fears, Pairing

This post benefits from a bit of context: my day job is as a tester on the Pivotal Tracker team. Tracker is a project tracking tool with an awesome API. Our API doc is awesome too. It’s full of examples which are generated from the automated regression tests that run in our CI, so they […]

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