Monthly Archives: September 2014

How many teams have adopted SCRUM ?

I have had discussion on how much of the teams are actually doing SCRUM. I think many organizations do SCRUM, since in a big organization there is always at least one team who does SCRUM. But that does not mean … Continue reading

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Exploratory testing – four modus operandi

EuroSTAR published my latest blog. This month I’ll be talking about exploratory testing. Although exploratory testing is with us for some time, there is not a real industry standard. You can tune it to your needs. Trigger for this blog … Continue reading

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SCRUM battle: a fun way to experience Agile

Begin September we gave the SCRUM Battle at Quby. Quby is a dynamic organization with the ambition to enable people to get grip on their energy consumption. They do so by developing products and services that are smart, easy and … Continue reading

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Explosive Software

Today I uploaded the PDF of my Bits & Chips Column. In this edition of the column I compare the way we perform Risk Analysis in IT and in the petrochemical industry. As I state in the column, in the … Continue reading

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19th Testing Retreat was awesome

This weekend I spent my time in Denmark. Together with 10 other testers from various nations like the Netherlands, UK, US and Denmark, we settled for the beautiful Lungholm Castle, home for the 19th Testing Retreat. The Testing Retreat is … Continue reading

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