To Boldly Go: Taking The Enterprise On A Journey To Structured Exploratory Testing - Aaron Hodder
Why We Should Test Programmable Infrastructure - Matt Long00:39:57
Experiences In Modern Testing - Alan Page00:44:27
Universities: What Do The Academics Have To Say About Testing, And Why Should We Care? - Geoff Loken00:28:05
Less Is More - Diana Wendruff & Elizabeth Zagroba00:32:54
Part Of The Pipeline - Ash Winter00:32:10
In this session, Aaron will talk about a recent experience where a test team of business users needed to be coordinated to test a large, complex product in a way that was reportable, legible, and traceable. We didn't want to constrain the business users within the bounds of prescriptive test cases, but we needed to estimate, track, and report on the testing that was done daily.
Using a combination of kanban, visual test coverage modelling, and managing testing based on sessions, we rose to the challenge and performed testing in a way that was visible and reportable while giving the testers enough freedom to explore and investigate.
- An exposure to a framework for managing exploratory testing using a combination of kanban, SBTM, and Visual Modelling.
- An understanding into how exploratory testing can be auditable and traceable.