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Thursday, February 25 • 13:30 - 17:00
U07: Embedded Agile Testing - A Practical Example - CLOSED

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Learn how testers and developers can collaborate to improve the quality of the software In this workshop we want to show how we have been working at eBay with embedded testers and how this has improved the quality of our software and the productivity of the team. Embrace the opportunity to take part in an agile development team: code together, test together, devise solutions together ‘­ by the end you’ll realize we aren’t so different. You will work in groups of around 2-3 people. This will be your agile team. Some coding knowledge would be great, but will not be necessary for the exercises. Takeaways: See how other testers are working through practical examples and experience sharing. How can we find bugs earlier than in the traditional/evil testing phase? How can we collaborate in order to bridge the gap between developers and testers? Understand how developers test and what testing they focus on. Realise that our goals as developers and testers are similar: in the end we aren’t all that different. Please bring a laptop with the Google Chrome browser installed.

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Jan Eumann (DE)

Software Engineer in Test, eBay
Jan is a Senior Software Engineer in Test working at eBay. He has been in the software industry for more than 10 years working in different roles in the software development process. | | Jan started as a developer and quickly learned to appreciate skilled testers. During the last years he worked as a test engineer looking into exploratory testing and how automation can support testing. At the moment he is working in an agile team performing... Read More →
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Phil Quinn (DE)

Java Server Side Developer, GameGenetics
Phil Quinn is a Agile Software Engineer at Game Genetics. He started out working mainly on legacy systems where testing was low priority and delivery was everything. Regression was common place and support was a constant burden. | | In the last years however, after discovering the wonders of Agile and lean, he has been convinced that it doesn’t have to be this way. Using TDD and BDD techniques with Agile development practices, we can... Read More →

Thursday February 25, 2016 13:30 - 17:00
Tutorial Room - D

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