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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The Future is Here

Agile Testing Days 2014’s theme was the future of agile testing. What challenges are ahead, and how will we address them? Janet Gregory and I facilitated a workshop with experienced agile practitioners designed to identify some of the biggest issues related to testing and quality, and come up with experiments we can try to help […]

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Continuing the mission… and continually improving

In my previous post I described how my teammate JoEllen Carter (@testingmojo) and I have been pairing for an iOS UI smoke test automation spike. By working together, making use of a book, online resources, and examples sent by a colleague in another office, we were getting some traction. However, we ran into a lot […]

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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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Even better – communicating while drawing!

In my previous post I told about a great experience collaborating with teammates on a difficult new feature. The conversations around this continued this week when we were all in the office. Many of our remaining questions were answered when the programmers walked us through a whiteboard drawing of how the new algorithm should work. […]

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