Anne-Marie Charrett (aka Maverick Tester)
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As director of quality engineering, part of my role is structuring how and where quality sits within a company that's scaling in customer numbers, in terms of architecture and software engineers. Team Topologies written by Matthew Skelton & Manual Pais suggests reversing Conway’s law and providing structures that facilitate
Lisa Crispin picked up on this small seemingly innocent sentence about the importance of ‘shallow tests’ in discovery “These [shallow] tests are often essential beginnings to discovery”Anne-Marie Charrett “Shallow Testing gets a bad rap”I’m glad she did, thanks Lisa! The idea that cheap easy confirmatory tests are
The concept of test management sits awkwardly in agile, mostly because it’s a construct derived from the time when testing was a post-development phase, performed by independent testing teams. These teams were often of significant size, to reduce the time required to perform test execution. A test manager was