I’m giving a session at Agile2011 in Salt Lake City at 9AM Wednesday on Exploratory Testing in an Agile Context. The session itself will be entirely hands on: we will explore a hand-held electronic game that I brought while discussing how ET and Agile fit together hand-in-glove. However, I did produce materials for the session: […]
A few days ago, I tweeted that I was looking for nominations for events for an Agile timeline and am extremely grateful for all the responses I received. The request was for the keynote talk that I just presented at PNSQC. I’ve had several requests for the timeline that resulted, so I figure the easiest […]
published in STQE Magazine, May/June 2003 How do you keep your testing skills fresh? This article suggests several ways to make sure you stay at the top of your game. See article (pdf).
published in STQE Magazine, March/April 2003 Metrics give you plenty of data, but creating charts and graphs that properly showcase this data can be difficult. In this article co-authored with Kathy Iberle, read about six ways to improve your charts and graphs to make your data tell a story. See article (pdf).
published in STQE Magazine, January/February 2003 Do you like what you’re doing? What do you want to be doing several months from now? What’s your ideal job? Ready to take stock? Here’s how. See article (pdf).