Monatsarchive: Oktober 2010
For personel interest I decided to read chapter 4 „Team Logistics“ of Agile Testing, before we decided to do so in the book study group, here is my outcome: Team Structure communication is critical! Independent QA teams lead to division … Weiterlesen
While reading chapter 18 of „Agile Testing“ the term „rubber ducking“ was mentioned.
During our latest book study group session some of the members of the group stated that they aren’t interested in reading the whole book, since they would not benefit from every chapter. So we decided to read the (at first … Weiterlesen
For some strange reason I can´t follow (without having talked to anyone yet) the book study group decided to study chapter 21 for this week´s session. Chapter 21 has the headline „Key success factors“ and is more or less a … Weiterlesen
Two weeks ago, at work we had the kick-off-session for a „Book Study Group“. In a former „book swashing session“ facilitated by Deborah Preuss and Sebastian Lang, it came out that we want to start with „Agile Testing: A Practical … Weiterlesen
Why should (agile) testers have programming skills? They are testers, not programmers. Why to know how to code, if it isn’t your job to do so?
Since I’ve heared Maruks Gärtner’s talk about self education at #agileTD I’m thinking about two things mostly: