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"If a team believes they are agile, but nothing has changed about the way they test, then there is still much to learn" (Karen Greaves & Samantha Laing)
This quote reveals a widespread problem: Many teams use agile procedural models to develop their software, but in the end, the test process hardly distinguishes itself from traditional procedures. However, in agile software development, testing should be changed from the ground up: The team should be responsible for the quality in order to work together to develop a product that the customer will love.
The goal of this workshop is to create a common understanding of agile testing – an agile “testing mindset.” In addition, cross-team problems and challenges for agile testing will be identified and solutions developed jointly to confront these.
Are you and your team ready for the next stage of the agile (test) mindset? Then you must attend this workshop!
Performance-oriented software development should be aimed especially at developing a product that users will love and from which the participants will profit. For this, every person participating in the software development process should contribute and feel responsible.
In order to achieve this goal, it is crucial not to regard software testing in isolation. It’s a part of the software development process for which not only the software testers are responsible.
This workshop will communicate 5 key principles that explain why agile testing distinguishes itself clearly from traditional testing. The goal of the workshop is to understand these principles and develop an agile test mentality.
|1. Explanation of the term quality|
|2. The 5 values of agile testing|
|3. Testing is driven by risks|
|4. Agile test strategy|
|5. Test automation|
|6. Scrum ceremonies|
Jakob R. Jaworski is an AOE Academy Trainer in the software development sector. He discovered his passion for software testing in 2013: At the time, he was studying business IT and assisting with test management on a software development project for an SAP application. Since then, he has focused intensively on all aspects of software testing and software development, and he can rely on many years’ experience in both traditional and agile projects. Together with some like-minded individuals, he organizes the Software Test User Group Rhein-Main.