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From One Expert to Another: Joe Strazzere

Joe Strazzere is a longtime software tester and test manager, blogger, an active member of the online testing community, a sports fan, and a recent grandparent. Here, Alan Page chats with Joe about his love of testing, his career in test, and his philosophies of test management.

Alan Page's picture Alan Page
What You Ignore Can Hurt Your Project

What you don't know may hurt you, but so can what you ignore. Peter Harris explains how to find and prevent big problems on any kind of project as well as showing how you can fix many of your worst problems before they materialize.

Peter Harris's picture Peter Harris
Management Myth #9: We Have No Time for Training

It’s never easy to schedule training, but you must if you want the people you manage to learn a new language, tool, or skill. Johanna offers some tips for making time and capitalizing on curiosity.

Johanna Rothman's picture Johanna Rothman
Making Agile Work for Government: Perceived Challenges to Agile Adoption

Erich Knausenberger and Raj Shah examine three perceived challenges to agile adoption in the government space and explore how the "blended approach" to agile adoption offers an effective response to each.

Erich Knausenberger's picture Erich Knausenberger Raj Shah
ADP West 2012 - Jeff "Cheezy" Morgan - Cucumber, Ruby Gems and Software Craftsmanship
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Jeff "Cheezy" Morgan talks about his work with Cucumber, creating Ruby gems, and software craftsmanship.

Bob Payne's picture Bob Payne
How to Successfully Develop and Deploy DevOps

DevOps puts the focus on automated application lifecycle management supporting development, test, integration, quality assurance (QA), user acceptance testing (UAT), and production. But how do you develop DevOps, and how do you know when you have achieved success?

Bob Aiello's picture Bob Aiello
The ROI of Learning for Software Testers

Lisa Crispin shares some helpful tools she has come across in her software career. Although Lisa has written automated test code since the early '90s, in the past year she's collaborated more with coder and tester teammates to write maintainable, DRY, automated test code.

Lisa Crispin's picture Lisa Crispin
Considering the Modern Technology Career

The technical career ladder may be a quick climb, but what will you find at the top? Matthew Heusser looks at the lifespan, challenges, and opportunities of the modern tech career.

Matthew Heusser's picture Matthew Heusser
Automation: Process Comes First

I recently wrote a short article on on StickyMinds.com about automation. After it was published I came across another related post by Jim Coplien which makes the point that automation should come after you have figured out your process.

Steve Berczuk's picture Steve Berczuk
Making Agile Work for Government: A Blended Approach

As technology development programs represent some of the biggest line items on agency budgets, there should be little surprise that agile development, with its promise of a fast, lightweight, and iterative approach to delivery of value, has caught the attention of officials from across the government space as they seek to improve their programs’ productivity and effectiveness.

Erich Knausenberger's picture Erich Knausenberger Raj Shah

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