Track: Agile Testing
Sure, Agile-Testing sounds great … but how are you going to compress all that regression testing into the end of the iteration? What do you do when the developers dump all of the stories on the test team and the end, wash their hands, and ask wistfully “why is QA always the bottleneck?” or perhaps “Why haven’t we achieved 100% test automation?”
This talk is about the tough stuff.
Matt Heusser assembles a small panel of experts (including you!) to talk about the tough questions, and how to give meaningful answers, with integrity.
We’ll build the session based on the questions you have. If you have a particularly burning test question you need answered, email it to Matt.Heusser@gmail.com.
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Matthew Heusser – Consulting Software Tester, Excelon Development
Matt Heusser has been developing, testing, and managing software projects for his entire adult life. A Consulting Software Tester and also contributing editor for ST&QA magazine, Matt was the initial organizer of the Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference. In 2008 Matt served as lead organizer for the Agile-Alliance Sponsored workshop on Technical Debt. Matt contributes to the STP Community Blog, and his personal blog, Creative Chaos, is consistently highly ranked among testing blogs. After contributing a chapter to Beautiful Testing, by O’Reilly, and finishing up a two-year stint as a part-time instructor in Information Systems at Calvin College, Matt recently served as Lead Editor for How to Reduce the Cost of Software Testing (Taylor and Francis, 2011). He looks forward to looking at this thing he has heard about called “the outdoors.” It sounds nice.