Oct. 28, 2013

Agile Testing Days sponsorship and Keynote

agile42 proud to be a sponsor of Agile Testing Days 2013, Andrea Tomasini delivering keynote "Agile Testing is nonsense, because Agile is Testing"

Agile Testing Days 2013, starting tomorrow October 28 in Potsdam, Germany, and running until the 31st, is an annual European conference for and by international professionals involved in the Agile world, Europe’s greatest Agile event of the year. Working title for 2013 is “Setting, Increase, Early Veraison and Ripening of Agile Testing”. Just as good wine – agile testing is maturing and getting better with every added year. This year the conference expects about 450 agile minded or interested software professionals and testing experts from all over the world.

Our senior coach Andrea Tomasini will deliver a Keynote titled Agile Testing is nonsense, because Agile is Testing on Tuesday morning: this is the abstract of the talk.

“Testing is an attitude which brings us to trust results based on the fact that we can validate them. Testing is an approach which allows us to think about how to verify we did the right thing even before starting. Testing is a practice which allows us to write effective tests that can be repeated indefinitely while systematically producing consistent results.

Agile is built around the idea of managing complex projects, recognizing the importance of emerging results and verifying in a very disciplined way the assumptions and hypothesis we make as often and as thoroughly as possible. This means testing everything we do, every day… So if you are truly Agile, you are living testing in every second of your life!”

You can read Andrea's keynote slides and writeup of his presentation.

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Alessio Bragadini

Web community manager of agile42, trying to post relevant, informational, fun bits of content on the blog and social networks
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