Agile Testing Days 2015 is coming up November 9-12 in Potsdam, Germany. This year’s theme: “Embracing Agile for a Competitive Edge – Establish leadership by delivering early, rapid & iterative application releases”. To paraphrase Elisabeth Hendrickson, the ability to release business value frequently at a sustainable pace is the very definition of “agile”. That sustainable […]Read More
Got unique & difficult agile testing challenges? Be part of the future of testing!
Agile Testing Days is a wonderful experience: a chance to join a community of professionals who are passionate about delivering software with the best possible quality and value for customers. Janet Gregory and I are co-facilitating a tutorial/workshop where we ask participants to bring your toughest agile testing challenges so that we can work on […]Read More
Agile Testing Days, part 1 of ?: Brainstorming!
After consolidating my notes and photos from Agile Testing Days (so many devices! Plus sketch notes!), I realized it’s way too much for one post. I’m taking the advice of tweeps and serializing this novel. First up: the workshop I facilitated on Advanced Topics in Agile Testing. I must emphasize that I was only a […]Read More
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 […]Read More