When there’s no best practices and you’re looking for the right way to test, what do you do? You come up with ideas of what you could try and experiment with them. This talk sums up my experience of replacing a test-case-driven style with a learning-tester-driven style in two organizations. To improve, we take what we’re given and can’t change, and make choices that that help us get the best out of what we have. Finding the appropriate stretch for the context at hand taught me that there’s no better way of keeping the team awake than changing the way we test on a regular basis with continuous experiments. Join me in learning what my teams experimented with and what worked for us, to get ideas of what you could try in your organization to enhance your practice of testing appropriately in your context.