Webinar

Reality Driven Testing

Rob Sabourin

Many agile teams rework previously deployed stories, even after plenty of in-sprint testing. Well groomed, refined, stories framed with typical, alternate and error scenarios, gracefully described in well formed gherkin,…
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Being a Tester in SCRUM

Carsten Feilberg

In this webinar Carsten will talk about how it is, being a tester entering and working in a project team that uses scrum. First of all it can be a…
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Teams struggle for many reasons, leaving people frustrated, complacent, and content to exist in mediocrity. There is a secret that propels individuals, teams, and entire organisations to be really successful: leadership! Not…
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Performance in A DevOps World

Mark Tomlinson

In this webinar you'll learn more about overcoming the challenges of transforming to DevOps with performance in mind. What, how, and when you measure all changes in a DevOps world,…
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It’s the same argument again and again. One side says “team members should all be able to do everything, and the programmers should do their testing and all testers should…
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Scrum is the most widespread Agile development methodology in use at this time. While it originated in hardware development, most companies use it for software development. In the cases where…
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Continuous Everything

Jeffery Payne 

Everywhere we look these days we see the word continuous—continuous delivery, continuous integration, continuous deployment, continuous testing, continuous security, and continuous ______ (fill in the blank). It’s continuous everything! So,…
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In a classical Agile team, testers and developers work together in Feature teams to produce functioning software at each sprint. Sounds simple, right? But as enterprises scale up their Agile…
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Over the last several years, a set of ideas and activities have been dumped into a steamer trunk called Agile software development. Agile development has hit mainstream recognition, even though…
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In traditional testing a tester spreads the testing activities over various phases. To be able to effectively test in Agile projects the test activities should be properly integrated in the…
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On traditional projects, testers tend to join the project after coding has started, or sometimes almost finished. Testers and programmers may not communicate except through the defect tracking system. On…
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