As all these years, I went to the Agile Testing Days in Potsdam, Germany. On Tuesday evening I received an award for being the “Most Influential Agile Testing Professional Person” 2013. Since this is an award based upon votes on the internet, I want to say thank you for voting for me.
I had prepared a speech, but didn’t deliver it fully. Here is the full thing that I prepared.
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Last week, I attended the Agile Testing Days in Berlin. I presented on Wednesday afternoon on how to self-educate yourself in Software Testing. I uploaded the slides to slideshare.
In early September I did a webinar on the same presentation. You can access and download the webinar at the EuroSTAR pages.
At the Agile Testing Days in Berlin, Jennitta Andrea held a keynote on how to reinvigorate your retrospectives. This is my write-up from her talk.
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At the Agile Testing Days David Evans presented on how to hit a moving target and fixing quality on unfixed scope.
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At the Agile Testing Days Anko Tijman presented about mitigating Agile Testing Pitfalls. Here is my write-up from his session.
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Wednesday’s morning keynote at the Agile Testing Days came from Michael Bolton, not the singer, not the guy from office space. Michael talked about testers should get out of the quality assurance business.
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The second keynote at the Agile Testing Days was presented from Linda Rising on Hardwired for deception means trouble with estimates. This is the write-up of her session.
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