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Quality on agile projects what it means to you as a tester

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Delivered as a lightening talk (10 mins) at the ANZTB Testing conference, Canberra, Australia, June 2013

Delivered as a lightening talk (10 mins) at the ANZTB Testing conference, Canberra, Australia, June 2013

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  • 1. Quality on Agile ProjectsWhat it means to you as a testerEdwin DandoConsulting Manager@assuritynz
  • 2. Better education. By practitionersEdwin DandoConsulting Manager+ Originally a developer+ Active in agile movement since 2002+ Founded innovate agile consulting firm Clarus+ Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org+ Approve all Australian trainer applications for Scrum.org+ Helped many companies adopt agile practices+ Passionate about improving the software industrySLIDE | 2
  • 3. Why is quality so important?SLIDE | 3Variability is intrinsic in Complex work.When it arises, what shifts in your organisation?
  • 4. Why is quality so important?SLIDE | 4For every $1 of competitive advantage gainedby cutting quality, it costs $4 to restore it
  • 5. Why is quality so important?SLIDE | 5Poor quality software inhibits businessagility. We want to respond but we cant.
  • 6. Why is quality so important?SLIDE | 6Which of these is the hardest to measure?
  • 7. SLIDE | 7
  • 8. Enemy = hidden undone work+ We think we are done, but we arentSLIDE | 8
  • 9. Total Cost of OwnershipSLIDE | 9+ 80-90% of the cost of typicalsoftware product happens afterit goes live.+ Minimise functionality to onlythat which is valuable. The bestcode is no codeo no cost, no bugs, nomaintenance, no support, nodecommissioningo ROI is infinite+ Develop the product so costs ofmaintainability, sustainability, and enhance-ability are minimised
  • 10. Cost of poor quality over timeSLIDE | 10020,000,00040,000,00060,000,00080,000,000100,000,000120,000,0001 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10TCO Over TimeTypical QualityGood QualityYears
  • 11. Agile Approach = Transparency+ Transparency – empiricism, honesty.+ Inspect – to know exactly where we are Whats done and whats not done? What’s the state of the code base?+ Adapt - make informed decisions aboutwhat to do next+ Pre-requisite: CourageSLIDE | 11
  • 12. Your role on an agile team+ We are all accountable for quality+ Apply your skills to help us approach, define and measure quality+ Build quality in Teams understanding of the requirements Teams sizing of the work The design (testability, extendibility) The code quality (resilience, robustness)SLIDE | 12
  • 13. Fast feedback removes waste+ Automate low value work (regression, harnesses, mocks, stubs etc)+ Work with the developers “How are you going to develop it?” “Here’s how I am going to test it”+ Shorten feedback loops to developers Reduce context switching and knowledge fading+ Do less (only high value items), do fewer at once and do each well (done)SLIDE | 13
  • 14. Move from Gatekeeper to GuideSLIDE | 14
  • 15. Testing on agile projects is fun+ All in it together+ No more shrinking walls+ Differing viewpoints welcome :-)+ Give it a go!SLIDE | 15
  • 16. Questions?SLIDE | 16

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