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  • #14171
    @mange-pettersson

    Day started of with a great keynote about a man who only wanted to buy insurance for his grand daughter. Ben Simo told a story that I’d both scary and reassuring since it shows the system errors of a site as important as healthcare.gov and also that a lone, 3Rd party person can get the powers that be interested in the defects that are.

    #14173
    @mange-pettersson

    Mr Ben Simo in action.dsc_0203

    #14175
    @mange-pettersson

    Quality azimuth. 6 principles to transform QA continued on this year’s “snackis” and talked about how the testing role evolves. Very good talk.

    #14176
    @mange-pettersson

    picture from quality azimut talk.dsc_0208

    #14179
    @mange-pettersson

    I spent the period before lunch exploring the expo. I went by the test clinic to say hello and also to get a pin. I also managed to almost steal a chicken from the test lab. That chicken is probably someone’s prize now

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    #14181
    @mange-pettersson

     

    After lunch I saw Q test data journey in in a health-care landscape by Rikard Degree and Henrik Emilson. It strikes me how great the mix of experienced and rookie speakers are here

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    #14183
    @mange-pettersson

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    Alexandra Schladebeck called her testers kittens, Pokemon and ducklings. A great talk that was a real miss of you were not there.

     

    #14186
    @mange-pettersson

    The panel on diversity was great.  very constructive and clear. let’s work to make our teams more diverse.
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    #14195
    @mange-pettersson

    The evening ended with the expo party for me. Some went onto the test lab party and some to the community dinner. All great endings for a great day.

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