Lessons Learned from Many years of Managing Testing
I first became a tester in 1985, because I was “too stupid to be a developer” according to one of my interviewers. In 1988, I first started managing a test group. Since then, I have managed testers, coached testers, or coached project managers in what they should-and should’nt-expect from testers. I will share my lessons learned and suggest how you can adapt those lessons whether you are working on a traditional or agile project.