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Testing in an agile team is challenging. As a tester you have less information, less time and even more team responsibility. You can cope with this by learning to organize and approach your testing in an exploratory way that takes being agile in to account.
What you can learn in this workshop:
- What is needed to be exploring- and testing software
- What exploratory testing is (and what it is not)
- To use models, heuristics and oracles
- Session based testing
All packaged in theory and actual testing.
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Agile Exploratory Testing
Jean-Paul Varwijk is an “agilest” and a software tester. He has been active in IT since 1998 and particularly software testing since 2004. He mostly works as senior test analyst and Thought Leader Test at Rabobank in the Netherlands but he also runs an independent Software Testing Consultancy called Arborosa, which brings him across Europe and occasionally to the USA. Jean-Paul is active in the agile and software testing community and is member of Agile Holland, Federation of Agile Testers, Dutch Exploratory Workshop on Testing (DEWT) and International Society of Software Testing. He is instructor in Black Box Software Testing (BBST) and has a Black Belt in the Miagi Do school of software testing. All to share teach and learn the art and skills of being an agile software tester.