Testing Small Stories

We like small stories. If we keep stories to a size we can finish in two or three days, there is less likelihood of a story “blowing up” because we vastly under-estimated it. Doing lots of small stories every iteration helps us get into a steady rhythm. We can manage our work in process more […]

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Please Review & Comment!

I’ve submitted three proposals to Agile 2010 and would love your feedback. Please review them – you will need to create a free account on the submission site if you don’t already have one. Workshop: Who Pays for All the Fun? Selling the Value of Testing in Agile Projects Tutorial: The Whole Team Approach to […]

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Writing About Testing

Chris McMahon has blogged about our Writing About Testing group. I’m so grateful to Chris for starting this group. We have a wonderful bunch of testers/writers. I really enjoy helping members who are new to writing get published for the first time. I also really appreciate the great help and advice I get about my […]

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