Slide Deck: HerdingCats_Sept2021 Tech people have a reputation as being Introverted, sensitive, neurotic, quirky, and difficult to manage. These same people are usually highly intelligent, analytical, creative, innovative, and have a strong work ethic. Both of these descriptions are generalities of course and may not reflect reality at all, nevertheless, managing technical people is sometimes...
Adventures in Modern Testing Presented by: Alan Page, Director of Quality for Services at Unity Technologies Alan’s Slide Deck Software testing has always been changing and evolving; but the changes, advancements, improvements, and shifts in the last few years feel much bigger to many of us.Depending on your context, these changes may be massive – or they […]
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MetaAutomation presented by: Matt Griscom See Matt’s book on Amazon.com Regression testing automation provides an important measure of product quality and can keep the quality moving forward. Unfortunately, automation can take a long time to run, and automation failures generally must be debugged and triaged by the test automation team before any action item can […]
Low-Tech Acceptance Test Driven Development Presented by Kevin Klinemeier “The customer does not like what we made this week” is a bigger problem than “The customer does not like what we made this morning”. But the natural inclination of programmers is to program until they are out of one of the following: time, features, or […]
How Many Hammers Do I Need? Presented by Jeffrey Copeland Nineteenth-century writer Thomas Carlyle noted “Man is a tool-using animal. Without tools he is nothing, with tools he is all.” Jeffrey Copeland has lately been considering the contrapositive: is someone with too many tools less effective? For our current purpose, the question becomes “how many […]