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  • Karo Stoltzenburg
  • Essentials: An Introduction To Note Taking
    Karo Stoltzenburg
    99 Minute Workshop

    Essentials: An Introduction To Note Taking

    What

    99 Minute Workshop

    Description

    Last week you ran an amazing testing session, discovered lots of new information, questions and bugs and felt happy with your testing. This week someone is asking you to report the testing you did, what do you do? You could rely on your memory, but what if you have to report on a testing session that was done months ago?! Whilst this is just a hypothetical situation, it demonstrates the need for strong testing notes that you can rely upon when it comes to sharing your testing with others, regardless of whether it was last week or last year.

    In this workshop, we'll explore why good note taking is vital to testing to help us communicate what we've learnt and the quality of our testing to others. We'll learn during the workshop the range of ways in which we can take notes, and experiment to see which ones work best for us.

    Speaker

    Karo Stoltzenburg
    Karo Stoltzenburg
    Senior Quality Engineer

    Karo works as a Senior Quality Engineer at Ada Health.

    She loves that testing is such a diverse, creative and challenging activity and cherishes the opportunities for collaboration with other roles in the software development life cycle that come with it. Karo channels her urge to discuss and share anything testing as a co-organizer of the Ministry of Testing group in Cambridge, as a regular at the Cambridge Exploratory Workshop on Testing and through her blog (http://putzerfisch.wordpress.com). Find and engage with her on Twitter: @karostol.

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