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A Lucky Shot at Agile

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This paper describes life as a tester in a team of agile rookies: the context – a major healthcare IT company – and what agile did and didn’t do for us. It describes the practices we adopted successfully, but also highlights mistakes and missed opportunities. Was our first shot at agile just a lucky shot or one that proved the value of agile methods?

 

 

 

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Zeger Van Hese (Z-sharp. Belgium)

Zeger Van Hese has a background in Commercial Engineering and Cultural Science. He started his professional career in the motion picture industry but switched to IT in 1999. A year later he got bitten by the software testing bug (pun intended) and has never been cured since.

He has a passion for exploratory testing, testing in agile projects and, above all, continuous learning from different perspectives. Zeger considers himself a lifelong student of the software testing craft. He was program chair of Eurostar 2012 and co-founder of the Dutch Exploratory Workshop on Testing (DEWT). He muses about testing on his TestSideStory blog and is a regular speaker at national and international conferences. In 2013, Zeger founded his own company, Z-sharp.

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