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Writing up a storm

Since publishing More Agile Testing with Janet Gregory, I’ve enjoyed time for writing new articles and participating in interviews. Please see my Articles page for links to these. I’d love to hear your feedback on any of these. Have you tried any of the practices or ideas discussed in the articles or interviews?

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What I’ve been writing instead of blog posts!

I have been doing some writing in the past six weeks, in addition to rehabilitating my broken-and-now-healed ankle. But it’s all been published elsewhere. Here are some links: Software Quality Connection, “How to Improve Communication between QA and Development“ SearchSoftwareQuality.com, “Agile development: The whole-team approach” Also on SearchSoftwareQuality.com, “The whole-team approach to Agile development: Examples […]

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Making Tele-Teams Work

My teammate Nanda Lankalapalli lives in India. We combined our experiences working as and with remote team members in an article, “Making Tele-Teams Work“. I’m extremely proud that it’s the cover article for the May/June issue of Better Software! Please share your experiences working on “tele-teams”.

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Newly Available Online

My Software Quality Connection article, Selling Agile to the CFO, has been reformatted by ITBusinessEdge into a nice little slide deck. I think it is really easy to read & digest in this new format. I have a new article on TechTarget’s SearchSoftwareQuality.com site, “Getting on the Same Page: How Testers Can Help Clarify Requirements”. […]

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Intro to Test Automation Design, in The Testing Planet (& more)

The Testing Planet from  the Software Testing Club has indeed landed! It is chock full of excellent articles about testing, both technical and cultural. Just a sample of the titles: “Yes, It’s Personal”, “Context-driven Jumping”, “Testing & Creativity”, “Weekend Testing Fun”. I am extremely proud that my article, an introduction to test automation design, is […]

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Coders & Testers Together – a Rant and an Article

Last week I attended SEETEST in Sofia, Bulgaria. The conference was extremely well-organized, and I learned some new things, such as test automation considerations for testing mobile devices, and coordinating agile testing with compliance requirements. There were also some things said that hit one of my hot buttons: whether testers and programmers ought to work […]

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