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"How To Solve Testing Problems Without Solving Them" with Bart Vrenegoor

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View webinar: http://www.eurostarconferences.com/community/member/webinar-archive/webinar-89-how-to-solve-testing-problems-without-solving-them ...

View webinar: http://www.eurostarconferences.com/community/member/webinar-archive/webinar-89-how-to-solve-testing-problems-without-solving-them

We get challenged daily by all sorts of problems, like unstable test environments, unclear documentation or missing test strategies. These are problems we encounter very often! Luckily for us, it seems we are very capable of dealing with them. But are we really as good as we think we are in doing this?



In dealing with our problems, we often focus on symptoms, not the problem itself. Does that really help solving our problems? Does that help us reaching project goals? Often not. Often, while doing this, we make our problems even bigger.



This presentation will teach you a different way of interpreting and solving problems: In this presentation you will learn how to solve problems without solving them! Unclear documentation a problem? No way! It is intended to be this way! This may sound very strange, but it works. This presentation will show you how.

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