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  • 1. Time: 11:30 – 12:15Location: Room 3Title: Misleading Validations: Be Aware of Acceptance Criteria (en)Presenter: Anand Ramdeo
  • 2. MISLEADING      VALIDATIONS   Be  Aware  Of  Acceptance   Criteria   Anand  Ramdeo   @tes@nggeek  
  • 3. !
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  • 5. Life  is  short,  art  long,  opportunity  flee4ng,  experience  treacherous,   judgement  difficult     Hippocrates  (460  –  400  BC)  
  • 6. Men  are  disturbed  not  by  things,  but  by   the  views  which  they  take  of  them.     Epictetus  
  • 7. Project  is  progressing  well  and  was  delivered  on  4me.  Customer  is  not  happy.    Project  is  progressing  well  and  was  delivered  on  4me,  however  customer  is  not  happy  because  upgraded  version  corrupted  their  exis4ng  data.  
  • 8. Tes4ng  –  Problem   Dopamine  –  Green  to  discover   is  good  Informa4on  to  theory   Confirma4on  bias  –  Sprint  =  tunnel   Don’t  ques4on  vision   theory  Narra4ve  fallacy  –  if   Working  system  something  does   aVer  every  commit-­‐  fail.   Lucid  Fallacy    
  • 9. NO   YES  
  • 10. Define  context?  What   do  you  mean  by   context?   How  this  principle  helps   me  on  –  every  single   day?  The  value  of  any  prac4ce  depends  on   its  context.   How  do  I  know  if  I  am   following  this  principle?   Can  I  consciously  check   if  I  am  following  this   principle?  
  • 11. What  do  we  get  by   rejec4ng  the  no4on  of   best  prac4ces?   If  an  approach  always   work  in  a  given  context,   does  it  not  become   best  prac4ce  in  that   context?  There  are  good  prac4ces  in  context,   but  there  are  no  best  prac4ces.   Does  it  not  make  it   easier  for  starter?   When  do  we  know  if  a   prac4ce  is  becoming   best  prac4ce  –  in  our   mind?  
  • 12. How  do  you  define   most  important?   What  do  you  mean  by   working  together?  People  working  together  are  the  most   important  part  of  any  project’s   context.   What  if  someone  is  not   a  good  team  member   and  s4ll  delivers  the   What  other  factors  are   most?   considered  in  branding   people  as  most   Are  they  important   important?   even  if  they  are  not   delivering?  
  • 13. So  what  –  what  does  it   tell  me?  How  does  this   principle  help  me?   How  do  we  plan  if  we   know  its  unpredictable?  Projects  unfold  over  4me  in  ways  that   are  oVen  not  predictable.     What  if  project  turns   How  do  I  know  if  I  am   out  to  be  predictable?   following  this  principle   or  not  following  this   principle?  
  • 14. Product  works  or  does   Product  usually  is  a   not  work  –  is  it  a  binary   collec4on  of  problems,   thing?  What  if  there  are   what  if  most  problems   workarounds?   are  solved  and  few  are   not  solved?   The  product  is  a  solu4on.  If  the  problem  is  not  solved,  product  doesn’t   work.   Is  it  important  to  find  a   problem?   How  does  it  help  in  my   tes4ng  ac4vi4es  –   during    planning    &   execu4on?  
  • 15. Does  it  have  to  be  challenging?  What  if   How  do  I  know  if  what  I  you  know  pa_ern  and   am  doing  is  intellectual  don’t  need  to  work   or  not  ?  hard  to  find?   Good  soVware  tes4ng  is  a  challenging   intellectual  process.   What  happens  if  I  don’t   What  do  you  mean  by   find  it  challenging  or   intellectual    process  in   intellectually  engaging?   tes4ng?  
  • 16. Only  through  judgement  and  skill,  exercised  coopera4vely  throughout  the  en4re  project,  are  we  able  to  do  the  right  things  at  the  right  4mes  to   effec4vely  test  our  products.  
  • 17.  Given  That  4me  runs  out  or  par4cipants  are  bored  When  speakers  have  nothing  more  to  say  or  can  not  answer  Then    speaker  say  thank  you  for  your  4me  and  a_en4on.              Anand  Ramdeo              @tes4nggeek  
  • 18. We depend on your feedback in order to improve the quality of this conference. Please kindly complete your feedback form.At the end of the day feedback forms will be collected by the exit. Thank you.