A great talk from Rob Lambert about how New Voice Media has moved to a weekly release cycle, and the advantages of doing so.
Lots of audience participation in this one, and I was helping facilitate, so less to share, but here’s the mindmaps in PDF and image.
A good session from John-Paul Varwijk.
Johan Atting presented how Cross Team Testing works in his organisation. It looks like an interesting way of increasing collaboration between the teams, and managing the natural bias we all have towards the software we regularly test.
Here’s the mindmap, in PDF and image format.
A great session from Iain McCowatt on why we should change our models of automation. Questioning how we use automation and how some models can constrain us rather than free us.
Here’s the PDF mindmap, and the image.
A great case study from Anne-Marie, around a consulting assignment that did not go as well as she had hoped.
Here’s my mind map, and the PDF.
What a great start to day 2 at Eurostar. Keith Klain explained how to approach organisational bias towards testing and how he is initiating change at Barclay’s.
Here’s my mind map, in PDF and image.
A great presentation from Kristian Karl from Spotify. Really interesting to see how they do things and lot to take back to where I work.
Here’s my mind map and its also available as a PDF.
If you are interested in how Spotify are organised then it’s well worth reading this blog post from Henrik Kniberg.
So here I am at Eurostar 🙂
A great first keynote from Laurent Bossavit. We should question claims, and he presented in particular the cost of fixing defects curve as an example.