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EUROPE'S GREATEST AGILE SOFTWARE TESTING FESTIVAL!

November 13–17, 2017 Potsdam, Germany

Agile Testing Days Presents

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Past Webinars

New Year's Resolutions - Why They Don't Work New Year's Resolu... by Linda Rising
Transferring Testing Skills to the Whole Team Transferring Test... by Lisa Crispin
User Story Tips User Story Tips by Roman Pichler
Creating a Unit Testing Strategy Creating a Unit T... by Gil Zilberfeld
Agile in Distributed Teams Agile in Distribu... by Sam Laing & Karen Greaves
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
ApprovalTests ApprovalTests by Llewellyn Falco
Shift Left (DevOps) the Right Way Shift Left (DevOp... by Jean-Paul Varwijk
Practical Agile Test Leadership Practical Agile T... by Selena Delesie
The Most Effective Thing That Programmers Learn From Me Isn't About Programming The Most Effectiv... by J. B. Rainsberger
That Ticket Hasn't Moved All Day!: Unveiling The Mystery of Testing That Ticket Hasn'... by Ash Coleman
Debriefing ET Framework (DEFT) Debriefing ET Fra... by Tony Bruce & Sharath Byregowda
Turning Tests into Documentation Turning Tests int... by David Evans
Test Cases Are Dead, Long Live Checklists! Test Cases Are De... by Ömürden Cengiz
Design Organisations for Tomorrow Design Organisati... by Oana Juncu
Experience the Good and Bad in a Safe Environement Experience the Go... by Eddy Bruin

Schedule

29 May '17 4 p.m.
Olaf Lewitz Olaf Lewitz

We've all been educated to follow, and that's shaped our idea of leadership. When our leadership is supposed to help ot...


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We've all been educated to follow, and that's shaped our idea of leadership. When our leadership is supposed to help others grow as leaders, we need to do two things: give them space, and know a lot about growing, so that we're available for help. Olaf will talk about how to show up so that we create contexts where more leadership emerges.

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Pascal Dufour Pascal Dufour

Do you want to know how you become World Champion in testing? Did you miss the ATD2016 or think it was awesome enough to do it ...


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Do you want to know how you become World Champion in testing? Did you miss the ATD2016 or think it was awesome enough to do it again? Today we hear how the Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters won the tournament and relive some other highlights. Pascal Dufour will tell us how he and his team won the World Championship Software Testing.

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Elizabeth Zagroba Elizabeth Zagroba

I'll describe my experience learning how to pair test with the other testers on my team.


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I'll describe my experience learning how to pair test with the other testers on my team.

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Mark Winteringham Mark Winteringham

When you generate a test idea or an automated check, what exactly are you testing? Let me introduce you to TaTTa and TuTTu, sim...


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When you generate a test idea or an automated check, what exactly are you testing? Let me introduce you to TaTTa and TuTTu, simple mnemonics that can be used to help target your testing, speed up your feedback loops and avoid anti-patterns in automated regression checking.

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Jan Jaap Cannegieter Jan Jaap Cannegieter

The highlights of DevOps and what the influence of DevOps on testing is.


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The highlights of DevOps and what the influence of DevOps on testing is.

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10 Jul '17 4 p.m.
Paul Gerrard Paul Gerrard

This talk proposes a model of the thought processes that every tester uses. In a sentence, what we do is this: "we explore...


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This talk proposes a model of the thought processes that every tester uses. In a sentence, what we do is this: "we explore sources of knowledge to build test models that inform our testing". The model identifies two modes of thinking – exploration and testing – and we use judgement to decide when to flip from one to the other. Exploration has four activities: enquiring, modelling, predicting and challenging. Testing has six activities: informing, applying, interpreting, logging, reporting and refining. Separating out these ten activities clarifies what testers do. It identifies the capabilities and skills that all tester need to acquire, to practice and excel in.

• Our industry is changing so fast that the old ways of testing won't work in the future

• A New Model of Testing sets out the core thinking process for all testers

• The Model has consequences – for skills, training, test automation, working with developers and how we define our profession.

 

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