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    • The Thinking Tester EvolvedElisabeth HendricksonBlog: testobsessed.comTwitter: @testobsessedAvailable from:http://www.slideshare.net/ehendrickson/presentationsSlides Last updated July 17, 2012
    • Image courtesy of The Tire Zoohttp://www.flickr.com/photos/new_and_used_tires/7545632522/Licensed Under Creative Commons Attribution
    • Changes: Business Approaches Build MeasureLearn
    • Changes: Technology Product ArchitectureCloud Mobile Infrastructure Tools Test &CI Environment Operations Management Automation
    • Changes: the Pace of Change Source: Wikimedia Commons, courtesy of Ray KurzweilSee http://www.kurzweilai.net/the-law-of-accelerating-returns
    • Changes: Development Cycles Then: Phased Cycles. specialists in silos. Months or Years Between Releases Analyze Design Implement Test RELEASE!Now: Short iterations. Cross functional teams collaborating. Release cycles measured in days, weeks.
    • Changes: Tester Jobs A survey of job advertisements: In 2010: we examined 187 ads. Of those, 112 (60%) required programming skills. Another 39 (20%) listed programming as a nice to have. That’s 80%. In 2011: we examined 164 ads. 102 (62%) required programming. Another 38 (23%) listed it as a nice to have. That’s 85%. In 2012: Anecdotally, 100% of the 4 ads on the job board at this conference (as of this AM) either required or desired programming. Conclusion: testing as a profession is changing.http://testobsessed.com/2011/12/2nd-annual-qatest-job-posting-study/
    • Re-frameImage courtesy of greckorhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/gregcutler/3701708470/Licensed Under Creative Commons Attribution
    • any activity that yields aboutthe extent to which our , our , and the are .
    • Tested = Checked + Explored
    • A variation on Brian Marick’s Agile Testing Quadrants  Confirm Investigate Risks toBusiness Business-facing Internal expectations Quality Attributes Risks to Tech- Technology- Internal nology facing Quality expectations Attributes
    • The Thinking Tester Analytical,Relentlessly curious, Observant, Skeptical, Empiricist, Critical thinking Investigator.
    • We’re not “just” testers Product Programmer owner Projectarchitect manager … Technical writer
    • Image courtesy of Brian Snelsonhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/exfordy/123112078/Licensed Under Creative Commons Attribution
    • Testing is so importantthat everyone does it. Intentions ?? Implementation Actual Need ?
    • The Thinking Tester, EvolvedSees testing as a team activitySeeks to contribute & supportthe team in gathering empiricalevidence along all dimensionsApplies testing skills inperforming any activityPushes for earlier testing andtighter feedback loopsMeets their stakeholders wherethey live
    • New PathsImage courtesy of Nana B Agyeihttp://www.flickr.com/photos/nanagyei/4576996659/Licensed Under Creative Commons Attribution