Following my wrap-up of the talk of Sami Söderblom given at the Agile Testing Days 2013.
The first keynote given on this year´s Agile Testing Days was „Agile Testing is nonsense, because Agile is Testing“ by Andrea Tomasini the founder of agile42, here is my sumup:
At the Agile Testing Days 2013 I attended Janet Gregory´s tutorial on „Changing Your Testing Mindset“. Also I already knew quite some of the things she talked about, it was a good tutorial and I had some great conversations with Janet as well as with the other participants. I can highly recommend to visit this tutorial if your want to learn some essential things about testing in an agile context.
Here are some of the most important things I took away from the tutorial:
Already a while ago, Maik Nogens created a Google Map for testers in Germany, please feel free to add yourself:
Furthermore, the GATE 02 Workshop (German Agile Testing and Exploratory Workshop) has been announced a while ago: It will be held in Munich, on September 8th. Unfortunately, this year I will not be able to make it there, but the list of participants looks already quite international, and last year the workshop was really great.
Have some fucking fun while you're testing: hilarious test data names are a place to start
You are not true Microsoft shop if you are not practice Powerpoint Driven Development. The two biggest problems in IT according to @ Us and Them
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A while ago I started looking for agile testing games, unfortunately I didn´t find much, but since a couple of people asked me for that, I´m gonna now publish what I have.
Hopefully, this (small) list grows a bit over time, so please let me know, if you know about other (Agile) Testing Games! Weiterlesen
In most retrospectives, we´re using the plain „What went good? What went wrong?“ – technique via a roundtable, noting down the outcome of this, then start discussing possible solutions for the „wrong“ things, coming up with action items to solve them, decide to take the actions, and ask participants for their ROTI (Return of Time Invested). Weiterlesen
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Verschlagwortet mit check in, retrospective, roti, starfish