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Test your roadmap

Within agile projects roadmaps are used to define the releases and get insight in de dependencies between the various teams that are working on the release. An example of a roadmap is given below. A roadmap is a one pager … Continue reading

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Getting a grip on your agile maturity using the ambition chart

“Improvements planned in the retrospective do not stand on their own. What is the ambition of your team and how do you share these?” That is the main statement of the talk I gave today at the Agile Testing Days … Continue reading

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Subway mapping in Tallinn

I am on my way now to Tallinn and the NTD that are being organised in this beautiful city. On Thursday I will give a workshop on progress reporting in an Agile context. We will be experimenting with making our … Continue reading

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Scaling Agile using the Subwaymap

On 30 April I gave a workshop with Anko and Cesario on the Testnet event. The workshop was about Scaling Agile. We discussed the axis along which we can scale agile, the reasons to scale and some of the pitfalls. … Continue reading

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Progress reporting in Agile context

Last week I hosted a workshop on the TestNet autumn event.  The topic was progress reporting in an Agile context. Within Agile large PERT and GHANT charts do not work. But, the Sprint board or the burn-down chart, do not … Continue reading

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Personal invite: 45 min workshop on agile progress reporting

Test progress reporting can be cumbersome. There is a complex story to be told, but it needs to be done in such a way that the business and project stakeholders get the message. Sequential planning techniques such as critical path … Continue reading

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Business finally understood testing

Test progress reporting can be cumbersome. There is a complex story to be told, but it needs to be done in such a way that the business and project stakeholders get the message. Sequential planning techniques such as critical path … Continue reading

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Not all test techniques are test design techniques

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

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BTD2014 or YouTube and Slideshare Merge

Today I uploaded the slides from my presentation on the Belgium Testing Days. I was positively surprised by the new feature to add Youtube videos to the slide-pack. Is it new? I did not see it before.  In my presentation … Continue reading

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Progress reporting with the Subway Map

Progress reporting can be cumbersome. You want to get your message across and provide detailed information, but long tables and lists do not appeal to the reader. Subway maps have been developed to give insight in progress, bottlenecks and dependencies. … Continue reading

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