Monthly Archives: May 2012

SCRUM for testers

I made an introduction into SCRUM. I used it to explain te impact SCRUM can have on test teams that currently work primary with sequential development. It is an interactive session that contains some statements for discussion, and highlights a … Continue reading

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Testing experience June 2012

The new testing experience is out. You are welcome to read my contribution. The title of the article is A personal approach and value chain thinking – Two pillars of successful testing. It explains two important factors that I think … Continue reading

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Weg met die testfase, of toch niet?

In het artikel ‘ Weg met die testfase, of toch niet?” ga ik in op de vele discussies over hoe testen in de nabije toekomst georganiseerd gaat worden.  Het testvak staat niet stil, vanaf het moment dat de ontwikkelaars gingen … Continue reading

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Designing the TestNet Keynote

Designing the TestNet Keynote

Last week we had a session with the full #juboco committee. We planned the book launch of our new book on the future of testing.

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Calling all EuroSTAR friends & fans!

On behalf of the Qualtech team I as Dutch country ambassadors Bob an I like to share the invitation below: As we bring EuroSTAR back to the Netherlands, and celebrate 20 years of great testing at EuroSTAR, we want you … Continue reading

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Testers deliver a visible contribution to the organisation

Yesterday I gave a training together with Guido Dulos for Menzis. With the training we aimed to improve visibility of the test team. it was a nice event, also for us as trainers. Due to the high interactivity of the … Continue reading

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