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Session: The Forensics of Testing

Through the years, we have witnessed an amazing evolution in crime tv shows. Originally, these shows would give details of crimes similar to a news report. Crime shows today will set the tone early. They give hints of the storyline to the viewer. They open with video clips of their discussions with victims and key […]

Session: Now You’re Cooking with Observability

Cooking is a perfect example of terrible observability. How do you know if the food your cooking is “done” or heated to the proper temperature? How do you know if something has gone wrong during the cooking process? What approaches and solutions do chefs employ to manage this acute lack of internal measurements and testing […]

Session: Example Mapping – The New Three Amigos

Example Mapping is a collaboration technique used by teams to help refine requirements. Every team should have a set of “ready” criteria that includes some kind of workshop between development team members to establish a shared understanding. In a time-boxed Example Mapping session, rules will summarize examples or constraints about a user story, and questions […]

Session: Make Every Team a QA Team

QA has progressed from a silo of quality control to organization-wide quality assurance. Companies are now seeing that QA is no longer about having a functional role but about the importance of the practice and the value it provides to ensure successful outcomes. We will talk about evolution of QA in our experiences and the […]

Session: The F Word – Giving Great Feedback

This session will be the session everyone knows they should attend but would like to avoid! Providing feedback is a necessary skill for individuals, teams, and organizations to grow, yet studies suggest 69% of managers are uncomfortable communicating with their employees and 37% of business leaders are afraid to give performance feedback. Although these numbers […]