Some of my testers have become embedded on a newly formed agile team. Its been a roller coaster ride for sure. Lots of fun, thrills and a few scary points in time where I thought for certain we were not going to make it, or we were heading in the wrong direction. From a testing […]
I left the coaching session with a clear sense of how powerful coaching an be in this environment and I see this type of coaching in testing teams becoming an effective tool in helping testers self learn.
I’d like to offer up the idea of Recession Testing. Where Regression Testing does its best to test as little as possible, Recession testing insists of focusing on value and removing waste, just like we need to do in a Recession in order to be competitive.
Anyone who has introduced change into a corporate environment will empathize with his situation. You know the decision to break away from the past is the right one, you run eagerly and embrace change, only to find half way through the journey, your path to success becomes blocked.
I’ve been working with my test team for a while now moving from a process driven approach to a more of an Exploratory one.
Ideas and discussions from the day merge and meld into a boiling cauldron of fizzling synapse and bubbling endorphins and, as much as I try to breath deeply relax and let it all go, I know deep down its all pointless.