Motivation as a Quality Coach
Moving to a quality coach role can be slightly confronting if you've typically worked within a single team. There's a certain amount of confidence required to jump into a new context who, for whatever reason, may be reluctant to include you in their work. How do you quickly convince a team that you are there to help and not inflict additional work? Well, one technique is to follow the energy. In this month's post, I explain the concept and what it requires from you.
My article 👇 on quality engineering as an enablement team has been included in the new Team Topologies training course for enabling teams 🎉.
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Picks from the Community
A big shout out to the Ministry of Testing community, which regularly posts topics on quality coaches. Here's a search of content.
Abby Bangser & Co. have written an interesting perspective on Platform Engineering models. check it out.
I didn't get to see this talk, but I heard great things. Check out Marianne Duijst's sketchnote.
Melissa Fisher is on a role with her blog posts. So many to pick. This one is the most recent.
Something for the more technical, Judy Mosley writes on Cypress Fixtures.
Martin Fowler has updated his blog post on continuous integration.
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