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Leadership lesson – Give permission to challenge
What does this mean:
- People sitting at the meeting table should feel empowered to disagree with any point of view, especially if it is of the leaders in the room
Why is it important:
- It is […]
While redefining the QA function at work, I keep coming back to this question:
What is Software Quality?
If we deliver exactly what the requirements / user story says, is that quality?
We’d say that’s validation, so we must also do verification which is […]
Going through the SAFe DevOps course I realized there were a few good points.Going through the SAFe DevOps course I realized there were a few good points.
Again I don’t believe in following any Agile framework to the book and take them […]
The new UAT: Dark Launches and Canary releases
Here’s what they mean and the difference:
Before that, UAT (User Acceptance Testing) is where once the software is shipped from IT, business / end users have a look and run their own tests to […]
If you were to describe what QA’s role would be at an Enterprise level, what would you say?
Here’s my thought so far:
Fundamental goal: Validate goals set by business for the end product are achieved and highlight any risks to decision makers. […]
Universal truths to ‘internalize’ to really go agile:
1 – We cannot estimate effort
Without accepting this, we try to ‘accurately estimate’ the amount of work and run into the same trap
2 – We don’t clearly know the requirements
Again, instead of focusing on […]