In the past year, several people have adapted the quadrants, including Janet and Lisa in More Agile Testing. That is good. However, because models are inherently flawed, there is a tremendous amount of misinterpretation of the model. That is bad because it leads to incorrect conclusions.
Janet will talk about the some of these issues that arise, and try to correct misunderstandings, but will also share some of the great alternatives people have suggested.
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The Trouble with models - specifically the agile testing quadrants
Janet Gregory is an Agile testing coach and practitioner as well as co-author of Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams and contributor to 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know. Janet specializes in helping Agile teams add value in areas beyond critiquing the product, such as guiding development with business-facing tests. Her courses remain highly popular due to her engaging teaching style and passion for Agile development and testing processes.