Agile Testing Days is oodles of fun, as you know (and if not, why?) Apart from a tutorial, a lightning talk and a workshop, and a game I ran, I also read a poem at Cabaret Night. I’m a renaisance man, yeah (and so is my daughter who drew the ATD Horror Story Unicorn). Here
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Wonderful time. Again. The Agile Testing Days guys are doing a wonderful job, creating a magical, friendly, family-like conference. Awesome job. I’ve done a tutorial, a workshop, a lightning talk, ran a story telling game, joined a powerpoint karaoke and, oh yes, wrote a poem. Here are the slides from the very funny, killer pony
What is safety? It is setting the environment in order to try new things, without the fear of the consequences of failure. When we have confidence, we can try new things. Some of them succeed. Some fail, and we learn from them. Safety allows us to try. With confidence, we can go out of our comfort zone, and be
Had a blast presenting at AgileTD 2015. Here are the slides.
Second time around is even better. And much more fun. You know people, who know you. You meet new agile people, who want to share and talk and ask. Oh and there’s beer, more beer. Thank you for all the people I met and re-met. You are awesome. You make Agile Testing Days what it
Great session today (at least for me). Here are the “TDD Patterns” slides from Agile Testing Days.
Just looked at my calendar, and it seemed that we’re only ten days away from Agile Testing Days! So here’s my rundown of the 10 top reasons to go to Agile Testing Days 2014: 10. Building a car in a day – This year, Team Wikispeed builds a car on-site with the Agile Testing crowd.
It’s that time again. It’s going to be busy so try to keep up. On Oct 21st, I’m giving a presentation called “The New Agile” at the Agile Practitioners Meetup. The talk is about what’s hot and making the waves in the agile world. On Nov 13th, I’ll do the “TDD Patterns” talk at Agile
A recent comment on (the now legacy) “4 signs that agile is declining”: “Let me be clear: Every single failing or failed project I have seen in the last 35 years, regardless of development process, has had self-inflicted mortal wounds from execrable language skills and the resulting breakdown of communication. People nod their heads up
Since this is my blog, I get to showcase things I’ve also written outside it. Don’t worry, it doesn’t mind. Of course, I’m keeping a list of (almost) everything I’ve written under the Publications page. But here are my latest. On the Typemock blog: My first TDD experience A brief history of continuous integration Icy