The tester is dead, long live the tester. A vision on the tester by Beersma & Bits
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This is the presentation of Bernd Beersma(@bbeersma) & Erik Bits(@erikbits) created for the Belgium Testing Days. It's a vision on the changing profession of the tester by 2020.

This is the presentation of Bernd Beersma(@bbeersma) & Erik Bits(@erikbits) created for the Belgium Testing Days. It's a vision on the changing profession of the tester by 2020.

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    The tester is dead, long live the tester. A vision on the tester by Beersma & Bits The tester is dead, long live the tester. A vision on the tester by Beersma & Bits Presentation Transcript

    • The tester is Dead… Long live the tester Bernd Beersma |18-03-2014| Erik Bits Belgium Testing Days International Software Testing “Doing” Conference
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grace_Hopper
    • m: +31 6- 10157172 tw: @erikbits
    • m: +31 6-11010659 tw: @bbeersma
    • E S T E R I N 2 ?0 ? R - U - A - T
    • E S T E R I N 2 20 0 A R E Y O U T
    • Introduction Growth Maturity Decline
    • <1956 •debugging-oriented period 1978 •demonstration-oriented period 1982 •destruction-oriented period 1987 •evaluation-oriented period >1988 •prevention-oriented period Gelperin, Hetzel”The Growth of Software Testing” [ Communications of the ACM, Volume 31 Issue 6, June 1988, pp. 687-695].
    • Too many Functions Too many methodologies We know too little about too much NOW!
    • Evolving Technology Changing Customer Demands Changing Development Methods
    • Quality EngineerQuality Director
    • Heritage Internal External • Exploratory • Verification & Validation • Helicopter View • Craftsmanship • Techniques • Functionality versus Characteristics • Test automation • Virtualization
    • Tester 2014 Quality Director Arm against external factors Quality Engineer Extent Maturity fase Generalist Heritage Specialist Maintain & Gain characteristics/skills Tester 2020
    • For those who are convinced that their life as a tester is over by 2020 , We’d like to say: “Don’t wory…” “…It’s Not the end of the world”