Track: Agile Testing
There are many Agile methods that can be used to help your development team deliver value. One of the latest is called KANBAN, from the Lean manufacturing movement. A lot has been written and talked about the process of Kanban and software development. This talk focuses on how to utilize agile testing techniques in a Kanban process. Eric will go over specific techniques that fit well with a continuously improving process like Kanban. He will also discuss why this is different than testing in a Scrum process.
- How to create a Kanban board for their team and situation.
- How QA and Development work within the Kanban board.
- Why Kanban testing is different than testing with Scrum.
- If and how remote teams can be used in this situation.
- Why a team would use Kanban instead of Scrum to improve their testing.
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Eric Landes – Solution Architect, AgileThought
Eric Landes is a Technical Architect for AgileThought, bringing agile goodness to enterprises. He has been involved with the IT industry for close to 20 years. He has been using Agile methods for the past 6 years, in a Team Lead/Project Manager capacity. He has presented on Kanban, automated acceptance tests, and other agile topics at different agile conferences, and user group meetings. Eric has a CSM and is a Microsoft MVP. For more information, check out his web site, http://ericlandes.com