Monthly Archives: April 2013

DEWT3 was awesome

Above the group photo of DEWT3 crew. We had an awesome, interesting and inspiring weekend. On the DEWT blog some links can be found to reports by the members: Dutch Exploratory Workshop in Testing (DEWT) 3 by Stephen Hill DEWT3 … Continue reading

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Test Automation day, an impression of the program

Recently the program for the Test Automation day has been revealed. On Thursday 20th of June, many testers will gather for the 3th edition of this conference which is all dedicated to automated software testing. I remember the first edition … Continue reading

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Excel testing and the cloud

Recently I wrote a column on excel testing (only in Dutch, sorry). This column described that many business decision are based upon the outcome of excel calculations. But also raised the question, who is testing the excel sheets. Felienne Hermans … Continue reading

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Kanban’s Visual Efficiency: An Interview with Derk-Jan de Grood

Author Noel Wurst interviewed me for the Agile Connection. Thanks Noel for a nice interview. You can read the original interview on the Agile connection or StickyMinds.com. But also below… Noel: Your upcoming STAREAST session is titled “Increase Your Team’s … Continue reading

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The human factor in IT

A few days left for and then I’ll be providing the seminar “The Human Factor in IT”. This Seminar is the first that we give in co-operation with SDU Publishers. Read the full description (in Dutch) in de SDU Site … Continue reading

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