Category Archives: lean
Yesterday I virtually visited Uruguay to give a webinar for TestinUy. In this 30 min webinar I explain why it is important for organisations to trust in the quality of their systems. Built-in quality gives the trust to frequently adapt … Continue reading
Strangely enough, when I discus test techniques with testers, they think I’ll am talking about test design techniques. Althoug the design techniques form the inner core of our work, theBut there are far more techniques that worth using. They can … Continue reading
I found this video on YouTube. I have no liaison with vendor, but found it a nice introduction to Kanban.
Below some photo’s of me presenting a STAREast
Today I gave a presentation “how to increase your test team efficiency with kanban” at the STAREast conference. I had a full auditorium and was pleased to see many people being involved in the subject. Great to have that many … Continue reading
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
Proud to be part of the februari issue of Test Magazine. I wrote an article about kanban, and Test Magazine was kind to publish it. If you want to now how to improve the visibility and efficiency of your test-team, … Continue reading
I have been trying to draw a picture that illustrates the relation between agile development, agile testing and had problems with pin pointing the agile organization. This picture I found on the ‘Agile kanban Cafe’. It is a different … Continue reading
At the Belgium testing days and the STAREast conference I’ll be hosting a session about kanban for test teams. This video introduces the topic and explains why kanban can be of benefit for your test team.
Surfing the net for some usefull information on DoR’s I stumbled upon the blog of Roman Picher. I was directly taken by the clear approach Roman takes. Clear text, strong graphics. Check it out: http://www.romanpichler.com/blog/
St. Nicholas did not have enough helpers to pack all his gifts. Employees of one of our customers helped the St. Nicholas a hand. This defines the setting of an active afternoon in which the employees received an introduction into … Continue reading
At the TestNet event Valori gave a game session where participants learned the working of Kanban by playing the simulation game. I was game-leader for one of the three tables, but as you can see on the picture was drawn … Continue reading
This week seems to be a good week. First I got invites for the Dutch Testing Conference. One of the potential presentations is with Huib Schoots and one with Egbert Bouman. A final section still has to be made. But … Continue reading