Track: Agile Testing
There is no cookie cutter solution or step by step guide to follow when determining how to effectively test across varied Agile projects. The testing approach needs to be adaptive and scalable to the project methodology, constraints, team dynamics, and corporate culture. Often, the tester will need to change their mindset on testing perceptions, expectations, and deliverables. Although the approach, techniques, and tools leveraged must be flexible, there are key success factors that can be applied almost universally. This presentation will highlight real-world experience of testing successfully within projects of varying degrees of Agile adoption. With practical examples, the presentation will provide adaptive test approaches for projects ranging from textbook adoption to experimentation as traditional teams begin their transition to Agile.
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Nancy Kelln – Software Testing Consultant, Unimagined Testing
Nancy Kelln is an independent consultant with 12 years of diverse experience within the IT industry. Nancy is motivated by working with teams who are implementing or enhancing their testing practices; providing adaptive testing approaches in both agile and traditional testing teams. She has coached test teams in various environments and facilitated numerous workshops and presentations. She is an active member of the Calgary Software Quality Discussion Group, Association for Software Testing and the Scrum Alliance and has co-founded the Calgary Perspectives on Software Testing Workshop (POST). Nancy has also been published in the ST&QA magazine.