I’m here at the awesome TestBash conference today. I’ll be posting updates here, hopefully some mindmaps too.
First up – Scott Barber. An excellent presentation about Managing Application Performance. My mind map is here.
Next up, Contextual Decision Making, from Mark Tomlinson. Great presentation with added spinning cats. Mindmap is here.
Jez Nicholson gave us some good tips on how to win developer friends and influence people.
Joep Schuurkes explained to us how to help a new tester to get a running start.
Context driven testing in an agile context from Huib Schoots. Some great stuff.
Bill Matthews kicked off the afternoon talking about Getting Out of the Testing Game.
Stephen Blower taught us how to inspire testers and what inspires him.
Iain McCowatt presented a great talk on changing our automation models.
Chris George gave us a great story from RedGate on how they improved a legacy automation suite.
And finally Keith Klain gave a great talk on how to talk to a CIO about testing.
And then 99 second talks, and that’s it. What a great day!