agile testing

When the whole team owns testing: Building testing skills

The Twitterverse and other social media continue to host many discussions on topics such as “Do testers need to code?” As Pete Walen points out in his recent post, the “whole team” approach to delivering software, popularized with agile development, is often misunderstood as “everyone must write production code”. The “Whole Team Approach” in practice […]

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More Agile Testing!

AKA: Moar Agile Testing More (Agile Testing) (More Agile) Testing Janet Gregory and I, along with more than 40 contributors and many helpful reviewers (it takes a village), have finished our new book. We delve into many areas that are new or more important since our first book Agile Testing was published. Please see our […]

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Booster Conference, Bergen, Norway, 2014

I’m currently at Booster in beautiful Bergen. It’s a terrific conference, about 240 people which is a perfect number. Everyone is so enthusiastic, the food is great, the sessions are awesome. I’ll blog more about that. I facilitated a workshop today on “changing your testing mindset”. I’ve uploaded the slide deck, and will be blogging […]

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Codemash: Advanced Topics in Agile Testing Workshop

Thanks to the participants in today’s workshop! We tackled quite a few tough testing-related issues that many agile teams encounter. The slides, pictures of all the outcomes such as topics, impact maps and brainwriting pages, are available here. After each table group identified their most burning testing issues, they created SMART goals for each one […]

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More Agile Testing Days Joy (part 2 of 2)

Here’s more on what I observed and learned during Agile Testing Days. I’m just going to brain dump the rest here, because otherwise I’ll never get it posted! Lean Coffee Janet and I had a great turnout for Lean Coffee all three mornings, despite the early hour. We averaged 20 – 25 people squeezed into […]

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