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An organisation’s decision to shift towards a more agile & lean software development often leaves Testers wondering where they fit; promises of all the testing being automated, the whole team owning quality & light documentation appear to take away everything that Testers hold close to their heart. The iterative development cycle of Agile has not removed the need for Testers, but it has caused the roles & responsibilities of those doing the testing to change. So how do Testers fit in this fast paced delivery cycle? In this one-day intensive course we’ll introduce the principles behind Agile, understand how we test software in an Agile development team, and prepare you to hit the ground running and drive positive change within your team.
Everyone involved in software development should learn these powerful techniques and behaviours. On this one day workshop you’ll learn the best techniques and practices, taken from a broad range of Agile methodologies, needed to create a productive, yet safe working environment.
This session is packed full of tricks and tips discovered from years of experience helping teams to deliver great software.
Brickell Key Award winner Ian Carroll is a consultant, coach, and speaker on all topics related to Lean, Kanban and Agile software development. Using his 25 years of hands-on experience he helps teams transform their ways of working using Kanban and other Lean and Agile techniques to lower costs while increasing their ability to respond to changing market demands and outperform competitors. Ian has trained and coached hundreds of software development teams in Agile, Lean, and Kanban techniques.
We strongly believe in having flexibility in our approach to delivering real world training, that gets results. As such, our courses are not formally accredited, meaning we are free to select the best practices from a broad range of methods to deliver unique learning experiences. All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance.