In this interview, Bart Knaack, a test advisor at Professional Testing, discusses his upcoming keynote, titled "The Survival Guide for Testers and Test Managers." He explains what has changed in the testing field, the impact of agile, and the responsibility of quality.
Prasad Mk of TCS talks about the driving factors that have impelled companies to implement agile and DevOps. He also delves into some quality assurance best practices, the future of assurance landscape, and effective methods to stay at the forefront of an ever-evolving digital world.
In this TechWell interview, Andreas Grabner explains why it's best to test throughout the entire development process. He discusses the severe impact small changes can have on performance and scalability, as well as a few key metrics that will surprise software professionals.
In this interview, Aaron Barrett gives advice that any QA team working with agile testing can utilize. Aaron covers everything from the importance of finding the definition of done to keeping collaboration from getting combative.
With a better understanding of quality debt, software development companies can avoid bankruptcy that many organizations have faced over the years. In this interview, test consultant Jordan Setters helps teams understand the difference between helpful and harmful debt.
William Gens sits down with Noel Wurst to describe "the art and science of traceability" ahead of his STAREAST session of the same name. Learn what makes traceability meaningful and such a valuable asset to projects, no matter how bad the requirements may seem to be.
Nate Oster is giving two sessions at the upcoming STARCANADA 2013 that deal with empowering developers and testers through acceptance test-driven development. Oster's experience as an agile player-coach and working with test-first practices are detailed in this terrific interview.
In this Sticky ToolLook interview, Microsoft senior program manager Amit Chopra takes a look at some of the common communication breakdowns between QA and development teams and offers suggestions for avoiding or repairing those situations.