Monthly Archives: July 2012

The future of testing on my desk

Normally I do not publish articles on this website that are not published by an independent publisher, but this time I make an exception. The screen shot below is from an article that we published in the Value. The Value … Continue reading

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Proud to be a part of it…

Electromind is organising the agile testing fortnight in september this year. The agile testing fortnight is a “hands-on” training programme that provides practical advice and helpful hints to align your testing with the fast pace of software development. It provides … Continue reading

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New test magazine

A few months ago Macro van der Spek, editor of decided to create a Dutch glossy magazine for testers. Most current test journals are international and in English. “The plan to collect articles that where provided by the Dutch … Continue reading

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DTC: “Optimize integration between business and IT”

Op 17 april 2013 wordt voor de vierde keer de Dutch Testing Conference gehouden. Dit jaar wordt er naast de DTC parallel het congres Bridging the Gap gehouden. Ik ben hier blij mee. Oorspronkelijk was de doelstelling van de DTC … Continue reading

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Fact sheet: Kanban for test organizations

Together with a client I was discussing the advantages that kanban can have for his test team. He was really interested. In order to help him communicate our ideas within his organization and get people informed and motivated I made … Continue reading

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SCRUM Master Class july 2012

With two other colleagues from Valori, I joined the SCRUM master class by Ken Schwaber. It was a practical hands-on training. But it contained quite some principles, mind-set and ethics as well. For me it yielded in great ideas and … Continue reading

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