Agile Testing for the Whole Team
“Enjoyable and enlightening course…interesting subject matter and good examples used in context.”
Samantha Rooum, Agile Testing course attendee
Are you part of a testing team that is transitioning to an agile development process? Are you keen to learn how to become a valued member of an agile team and contribute to delivering a continuous stream of business value? Would you like to understand how to overcome common cultural and logistical obstacles in transition? Join Trish Khoo for this Agile Testing course to learn the values and principles that help testers adopt an agile testing mindset, and how the whole team contributes to the success of practices, including automation.
Over an intensive, hands-on three days, you will learn how to complete testing activities in short iterations, and how testers contribute on a daily basis during each iteration and release cycle.
Processes such as ATDD (Acceptance Test Driven Development) will be stressed throughout the course. Through interactive exercises and group discussions, you will discover good strategies for driving development with both executable and manual tests. The course is filled with real-life examples of the many ways agile testers add value. A simulation of an agile project wraps up the whole course giving you an opportunity to put all the puzzle pieces together and practice what you have learned.
This is the official Agile Testing course developed by Lisa Crispin and Janet Gregory, authors of Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams. You will receive a free copy of this book on your first day of this course.
Learn how to:
- Contribute on agile teams through testing
- Cover all dimensions of software quality in short release cycles
- Collaborate to deliver the “right” business value at frequent, consistent intervals
The Agile Testing Fellowship is a group of like-minded people who are interested in the discussion around quality and testing in agile teams. With completion of the Whole Team Approach to Agile Testing and Quality course, you will recieve a certificate of attendence and an invitation to complete an assessment of your learning from the course. The assessment is meant to be a learning opportunity and not an ‘exam’ that you have to pass immediately. Once you complete the assessment successfully, you will become a member of the fellowship and have access to discussions with Lisa Crispin, Janet Gregory, trainers, and other people worldwide that have a shared interest in expanding their knowledge base.
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