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DeliveryConf 2020

I attended DeliveryConf 2020 in Seattle in January. I had high expectations, given the speaker lineup. It far exceeded my expectations! I took lots of sketch notes and plan to blog more about the many insights I learned. Meanwhile, you can see the presentations, AND listen to the valuable facilitated group discussions with members of […]

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Testing Paths

We embrace many testing practices that have been around a few decades now. Exploratory testing didn’t always have that name, but software professionals were practicing it. Personally, I have been automating tests since the early 90s. And, there are always new things that help us delight our customers. Today’s technology gives us access to so […]

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Testing in DevOps Community Site

Stuff I’ve written and published elsewhere! And – the Testing in DevOps community site

I’ve been so busy but all my publications have been other places! My series on using visual models to form your automation strategy is on Joe Colantonio’s blog: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 DevOps.com published my article on “Getting testing bottlenecks out of your pipelines” I have a ton of blog posts and webinars […]

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Angie Jones describes her "10 Ps" report card

Learning from hitting a brick wall

I’m fizzing with all the stuff I learned at European Testing Conference in beautiful Valencia  last week! I gave myself the gift of taking sketch notes of all the sessions I attended, so I’m hoping I can do a few blog posts about it. I have been neglecting this blog lately because I spend so […]

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Tina Toucan provided extra diversity and fun!

Diversity in conference speakers == new ideas, more learning

I attended my first testing conference back in the early 90s. I can only remember one woman speaker, and she made such an impact on me, I still remember the session well – it was about how to test requirements. I have used those ideas ever since! Thanks in large part (in my opinion, anyway) […]

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