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  • Applying good contextdriven testing in an Agile context Markus Gärtner it-agile GmbH http://www.shino.de/blog http://www.it-agile.de @mgaertne @itagile
  • 2001
  • 2001
  • Four Schools anyone? http://www.prismnet.com/~wazmo/papers/four_schools.pdf
  • Four Schools anyone? http://www.prismnet.com/~wazmo/papers/four_schools.pdf
  • Human System Dynamics http://wiki.hsdinstitute.org/cde
  • PROJECTS UNFOLD OVER TIME IN WAYS THAT ARE OFTEN NOT PREDICTABLE.
  • THE VALUE OF ANY PRACTICE DEPENDS ON ITS CONTEXT.
  • THERE ARE GOOD PRACTICES IN CONTEXT, BUT THERE ARE NO BEST PRACTICES.
  • THE PRODUCT IS A SOLUTION. IF THE PROBLEM ISN‘T SOLVED, THE PRODUCT ISN‘T WORKING.
  • ONLY THROUGH JUDGMENT AND SKILL, EXERCISED COOPERATIVELY THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE PROJECT ARE WE ABLE TO DO THE RIGHT THINGS AT THE RIGHT TIMES TO EFFECTIVELY TEST OUR PRODUCTS.
  • PEOPLE, WORKING TOGETHER, ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF ANY PROJECT‘S CONTEXT.
  • People Architecture (formal and informal) Routines (formal and informal) Culture http://www.ewts.at/Bilder%20online/Papers%202004/Roberts_%20Elements%20 of%20Organizational%20Design.ppt
  • 2001
  • The Testing Landscape Individual Accountability High accountability Low accountability Hyperproductive Teams Regulated Environments Crowd-sourced Testing Low formality Formality Traditional Test Cases High formality
  • Information Objective From Conformance to To Find important bugs requirements fast.
  • GOOD SOFTWARE TESTING IS A CHALLENGING INTELLECTUAL PROCESS.
  • Questions? Markus Gärtner http://www.shino.de/blog @mgaertne it-agile GmbH http://www.it-agile.de @itagile