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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Turku Agile Days

I was honored to be invited to participate in Turku Agile Days along with other wonderful practitioners and presenters including Matt Wynne, Elisabeth Hendrickson, Diana Larsen and Linda Rising (just to name a few). One of the most cool things about this conference is that YOU can see all of the action, including the exciting […]

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Belgium Testing Days: A Look at a European Conference

I wrote up my experiences at the excellent Belgium Testing Days conference which took place in February. In particular, I thought about what is different for me at conferences outside the U.S. compared with “domestic” conferences. They’re all great learning and networking opportunities, but culture makes for some nice differences. Overall it was a wonderful […]

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Agile in Action: Virtual Seminar, Live Dec. 14 from SearchSoftwareQuality

I’m presenting in a virtual multi-media seminar sponsored by SearchSoftwareQuality on Dec.14: Agile in Action: Extending Agile Approaches in Testing, Development and Application Lifecycle Management. I’ll be talking about challenges faced by agile teams that are not co-located. This event is free, though you have to register. David West and Nari Kannan are also presenting.

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In the Fishbowl

Recently I tweeted about a fishbowl we conducted at the Business Analysis Workshop of the Better Software conference. Some tweeps weren’t familiar with the fishbowl format, so I thought I’d explain how I like to do fishbowls. Fishbowls are a good format for a panel discussion where you want to involve the whole audience, as […]

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