Monday, June 22, 2015 10:00 AM
At EuroSTAR 2014 I delivered one of the Keynotes and it was about our time when we were moving to weekly releases. It focused around how our testing changed, how we made the change and how we relied, and still rely, on lots of data to make releasing as safe as possible for our customers. […]
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Friday, June 19, 2015 14:10 PM
There are lots of conferences now in the software testing and delivery industry. In fact, there are far too many for most people to ever make it to. With limited budgets and restricted time many people have to make the hard choice between attending just a handful of conferences. I believe Nordic Testing Days should […]
Thursday, May 07, 2015 11:31 AM
If you go to these continuous delivery meet-ups there are developers there talking about testing. Testers need to be there as well. – Amy Phillips Great Testing In The Pub podcast with Amy Phillips. Some very important and pertinent points made about why CD can be beneficial and the role testers may […]
Thursday, April 16, 2015 10:00 AM
Forget DevOps – focus on DevMOps. There seems to be a growing problem with DevOps and Marketing not aligning. So what about DevMOps = Dev + Marketing + Ops Ok – so we may want to rename it but recently I cannot believe how many conversations I’ve had or heard that were about how continuous […]
Monday, April 13, 2015 09:00 AM
10 Reasons Why Being A Scrum Master Sucks* I loved my time as a scrum master. It was an interesting and rewarding role. But being a scrum master mostly sucks. And here’s why. 1. You spend more money than you earn on stationery Post-it notes, sharpies, blu-tack, index cards, pens, pencils, stickers, badges, dry wipe […]
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