Have you ever pondered the nature of quality? If you have, you’re not alone. In the realm of software development, the question of quality is both central and elusive. As Jerry Weinberg famously put it, “Quality is value to some… Read More »What Does ‘Quality’ Really Mean in Software Development?
Still questioning the necessity of software testing? Dive into a detailed discussion on its indisputable significance, backed by tangible models.
Understanding the Current Skill Set Without understanding the skills available within a software engineering team, it can be easy to chase unrealistic goals or overlook important testing problems. A comprehensive understanding of the team’s strengths and weaknesses allows for the… Read More »Leveraging the Skill Set of a Software Engineering Team for an Effective Test Strategy
How to Use Lean Coffee and a Skills Matrix to Evaluate Your Software Engineering Team’s Testing Maturity
In today’s fast-paced software development landscape, Agile teams must constantly adapt and innovate to maintain efficiency and deliver value to their customers. One aspect of Agile project management that often goes overlooked is the organization and visualization of work items… Read More »Why Removing the Test Column from Your Kanban Board Makes Sense
In today’s fast-paced business environment, software development teams are under increasing pressure to deliver high-quality software quickly and frequently. This is where agile methodologies come in. The Agile Manifesto outlines 12 principles that provide guidance on how to develop software… Read More »Delivering Value: How Testers Can Help
Throughout my career from being a manual tester to test engineer to test architect to head of delivery, one question came up time and again: how do we do testing in agile? Releasing frequently is essential in agile, but waiting… Read More »The 12 principles of Agile, as lived by a tester