Essentials: An Introduction To Reporting Your Testing
Learn the different ways in which we can reporting our testing to our teams and stakeholders
Meet Your Instructor
Elizabeth is Quality Lead at Mendix in Rotterdam. She reviews and contributes code to a Python test automation repository for 15+ teams building Mendix apps across three units. She builds exploratory testing skills by asking pointed questions throughout the unit, facilitating workshops, and coordinating an ensemble (mob) testing practice. She injects what she learns from conferences, books, and meetups into her daily work, and spreads her knowledge through the company-wide Agile guild she facilitates. She's presented at conferences throughout North America and Europe, and co-organizes the Friends of Good Software conference (FroGS conf http://frogsconf.nl/). She coaches people to success when possible, but isn't afraid to direct when necessary. She's the go-to person for things like supporting new presenters, reviewing documentation, navigating tricky organizational questions, and thinking critically about what we're building. Her goal is to guide enough testers, leaders, etc. to make herself redundant so she can take on new and bigger challenges. You can find Elizabeth's big thoughts on her blog (https://elizabethzagroba.com/) and little thoughts on Twitter @ezagroba.
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Essentials: An Introduction To Reporting Your Testing Event Type
99 Minute Workshop
One of the goals of testing is to share what we've learnt with teams and stakeholders and to do this we can take advantage of a range of qualitative and quantitative approaches in our reporting. Such as publishing metrics from scripts, or sharing our testing stories. The key is to be able to offer the right information that our teams want to know.
In this workshop, we'll look at the range of reporting options available to us, how to negotiate with teams and stakeholders to give them the information they want without hampering our testing and how to put it together into a comprehensive testing report.
99 Minute Workshops
Short Digestable Live Online Workshops
Live and Instructor-led
All our 99-Minute Workshops are hosted live and led by an instructor.
Short and Targeted
These workshops are a max of two hours long which means they can easy be fit into your busy week. The short time also means they are targeted on a few learning outcomes.
Learn with Others
Connect and learn with other community members during these live online testing workshops.
Available with Pro Membership
All our 99-Minute Workshops are available with Pro Membership, you can attend as many as you like. We also do the odd free workshop with our partners.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are the Workshops Recorded?
Our 99-minute workshops are designed to be attended live. If you can’t make the scheduled time, we will add highlights of the workshop in the future once the workshops are complete.