Here's my advice. Stop thinking about testing in phases and begin thinking of testing as an activity. Something done in parallel to your coding instead of after your coding.
Quality Engineering articles that focus on whole team testing including software developers, product owners and ops. Ideas on contemporary approaches to building quality in.
It was a great discussion on quality coaching, credibility and trust, how the ultimate shift left act is to hire engineers who embrace software testing as their role. It was such a fun chat, and I could have gone on talking and sparring for hours. Fortunately for you, I didn't.
"So Anne-Marie when is that book on quality coaching coming out?" is the question I dread. The time has come to do something about it.
I had the absolute pleasure to be invited to keynote at SeleniumConf 2020 in Bangalore. I had decided in February to talk about test leadership and how to lead through uncertainty. And that was before COVID-19 came on the scene! It’s the first time I’ve spoken ‘live’ online
I discovered the concept of outcome over output in 2014 through Jenny Mar’s work on OOPSI [https://jennyjmar.com/2016/04/16/bdd-discovery-and-oopsi/]. This led to Teresa Torres [https://www.producttalk.org/] awesome work on outcomes and opportunity This blog post is tagged #qualityhack. A quality hack reminds us
Having explained the role of a software tester to a non IT person they replied: > So it’s like I’m taking my car to a garage to get serviced by a mechanic and all that the mechanic does is to find everything that needs to be fixed, tell me
This is a series of blogs posts tagged quality hack. Quality Hack is a phrase I’ve coined to emphasise the importance of focusing on delivering “good enough” software, and embracing the cult of imperfection. If you wish to contribute a post, contact me either on twitter [https://twitter.com/