Learn How to Test Before a Line of Code Has Been Written with Dan Ashby

Learn How to Test Before a Line of Code Has Been Written with Dan Ashby

Description:

99-Minute Workshop Recording.

The role of a tester often solely relates to testing software. Actually, people often call themselves "software testers" too. But if we think of testing as assessing quality, and we think of quality beyond just relating to correctness from any expectations we have (i.e. how good something is, or the value or usefulness of something), then we can shine our testing skills on literally anything.

What's the quality of your shoes? Or what was the quality of the last conversation you had? Or in a software context, what's the quality of the idea of the software, or the designs of the software? Or what's the quality of the requirement artifacts that will be used to develop the software?

This workshop will not only give you the theory and an understanding of the value of testing these things before a line of code has even been written but will give you hands-on practical experience of actually doing this, growing your experience in testing these things beyond the software.

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