Encouraging Children into Testing

Kari Kakkonen

Dragons Out Oy

This eBook explains that we should get children to start with software testing because otherwise we only get coding skills started at an early age, and as we know, software testing is also needed. This eBook will look at how children learn and teaching testing through fantasy for children. What kind of measures can be used: playing, remembering, identifying with, exploring? The Book  presents one solution, a fantasy book about software testing for children. This is my book that I wrote. I go through some examples of how fantasy can represent software testing: dragons are defects, knights are developers and…....

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About Me!

Kari has M.Sc. in Industrial Management with Minor in Information Technology from Aalto University (aalto.fi). He has also studied in University of Wisconsin-Madison (wisc.edu) in United States. He has ISTQB Expert Level Test Management Full, Agile Tester, Test Automation Engineer, Scrum Master, SAFe and DASA DevOps certificates, and works mostly with agile testing, lean, test automation, DevOps and AI. He has been working with testing tool implementations, software development and testing processes, software development and testing projects, consulting, and training since 1996. He has worked for various industries, including banking, telecom, embedded software, public sector, commerce. Kari Kakkonen is author and CEO of Dragons Out Oy, creating a fantasy book to teach software testing to children. Kari Kakkonen is working in Finland at Knowit (knowit.fi), which is a Nordic ICT services company known for testing consultancy and software development, and other innovative ICT related services. Kari is Secretary of ISTQB (istqb.org), Treasurer of Finnish Software Testing Board FiSTB (fistb.fi), Kari has been included in IT–magazine “Tivi” 100 most influential people listing. Kari is co-author of Agile Testing Foundations –book. Kari is a singer, snowboarder, kayaker, husband and dad, most of all. You can find Kari in Twitter (twitter.com/kkakkonen) and LinkedIn (fi.linkedin.com/in/karikakkonen).


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