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Cambridge Lean Coffee – June 2015

Cambridge Lean Coffee – June 2015

This months Cambridge Lean Coffee was kindly hosted by Linguamatics for the first time; big thanks to James Thomas, Head of Testing, for making us feel welcome. It was another large group, with over 15 people in attendance! Here are the topics we discussed and those that were on the backlog: Done Testing Katas – any experience? Knowledge sharing across QA in scrum teams/how to nuture testers across teams Any experiences of introducing agile testing methods to traditional environments Backlog…

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Cambridge Lean Coffee – May 2015

Cambridge Lean Coffee – May 2015

Held at Redgate Software on the 27th May with 10 people attending This isn’t a write up about the discussions we had, but we decided that it would be cool to list topics that were discussed/on the backlog. We talked about How sacrosanct do you treat exploratory testing Developer/QA pairings Time estimates – tips & tricks Generalise or Specialise? What did you last learn about testing? Left on the backlog What (if any) conferences do you recommend? How far do you go…

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TestBash 2015 – Sun, Sea and Test

TestBash 2015 – Sun, Sea and Test

March, Brighton and Testers can mean only one thing… TestBash is back! TestBash 2015 was the second one I’ve attended and this year did not disappoint, in fact I found it better than last year. But first, one of the reasons I was at TestBash this year was to run the Lean Coffee pre-conference event. Following the same last year, Rosie obviously deemed it not to be a total disaster and let me do it again! This year, however, I…

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What sort of tester am I?

What sort of tester am I?

After wandering alone in the testing wilderness for 15 years, I found my way 3 years ago when I attended my first testing conference. It opened my eyes to the passion, and diversity of the testing community. In fact it showed me there was a community! I finally started reading lots of articles, a few books, writing a blog, attending conferences and even speaking at a few. But recently something has been bothering me. The more I get involved in…

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