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November 13–17, 2017. Potsdam, Germany

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Past Webinars

Transferring Testing Skills to the Whole Team Transferring Test... by Lisa Crispin
User Story Tips User Story Tips by Roman Pichler
How to Stop Hating UI Tests How to Stop Hatin... by Alexandra Schladebeck
Agile Testing Principles: Low, early, all the time and all of us Agile Testing Pri... by Alexander Schwartz

Schedule

06 Mar '17 4 p.m.
Llewellyn Falco Llewellyn Falco

Unit testing can be a pain. Figuring out how to create scenarios that highlight particular checks is a hard skill and can be...
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Unit testing can be a pain. Figuring out how to create scenarios that highlight particular checks is a hard skill and can be fustrating, boring and still seem to miss the important part of what you are trying to capture. ApprovalTests is a way to write much more powerful checks which allows you to remove the need to create as complicated unit test and as many scenarios. This will be a side by side comparision of how approval testing changes unit testing.

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Jean-Paul Varwijk Jean-Paul Varwijk

A common approach to DevOps seems to be to merge development and operations, remove existing roles and rebrand them to ...
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A common approach to DevOps seems to be to merge development and operations, remove existing roles and rebrand them to software- and ops-engineer, combined with the introduction of continuous integration and continuous deployment.
Not only does this usually mean taking out the testing role it usually also reduces testing to automated testing. I want to replace this (simplistic) view on DevOps by introducing the following elements:
1. Continuous planning
2. Continuous collaboration
3. Continuous integration
4. Continuous testing
5. Continuous deployment
6. Continuous monitoring
7. Continuous feedback and improvement

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Selena Delesie Selena Delesie

Teams struggle for many reasons, leaving people frustrated, complacent, and content to exist in mediocrity. There is a secre...
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Teams struggle for many reasons, leaving people frustrated, complacent, and content to exist in mediocrity. There is a secret that propels individuals, teams, and entire organizations to be really successful: leadership! Not just executives, managers, or those with leader titles get to lead - everyone does. Even testers. In this class we look at three specific leadership behaviours that make a big impact in any team, by any team member. We explore what these behaviours look like within specific quality objectives to understand how testers can be remarkable leaders. By embracing your inner leader, you will learn how to engage your team and improve quality in your organization. I hope that you leave this class with clarity and actions to shift yourself and your team to lead from within, and become truly remarkable.

Takeaways:

  • The new paradigm of individual and team leadership
  • Powerful questions to take activities from lacklustre to purposeful
  • Three leadership traits that lead to improved product quality
  • What leadership looks like in practice for different quality objectives
  • How to lead as a tester to radically improve satisfaction and success
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