Agile 2018 – Now accepting talks submissions!

              AGILE 2018 Software Testing & Quality Track is now accepting submissions! Testers! Developers! BA's! PO's! PM's! Coaches! Agile enthusiasts! Have you heard the news? The world of software testing is changing! Are you keeping up with all the excitement? Do you have stories to share about how you [...]

Agile 2018 – Quality & Testing track – CALL FOR REVIEWERS

Calling all testers and software people! We need your help! We need reviewers for the Agile 2018 Conference's Testing and Quality track!   What's involved? If you are keen to be a reviewer, we'll give you access to our reviewing system, where you can see all the talks and workshops that people submit to our [...]

Learn about Exploratory Testing and Agile Testing at the whole day Software Testing Clinic workshop at TestBash!

Interested in learning about modern testing approaches? Exploratory testing is fast becoming the most important approach to testing, having been proven by so many companies to be the most effective way of investigating software to reveal problems. Agile is also fast becoming the methodology of choice for the vast majority of companies, even in domains [...]

BDD and the real primary purpose of feature files

I recently hosted a discussion at the London Agile Discussion Group (LADG) on the topic of BDD and feature files. It's always a popular topic and the session appeared to be at full capacity. I initially kicked off the session with a question to everyone: "What is Behaviour Driven Development?". I dished out some post-it [...]

Agile 2017 Testing Track talk submissions are open till the 6th of February!

This year, I'm proud to be co-chairing the Agile 2017 conference's testing track alongside the amazing Emma Armstrong (@EmmaATester). The Agile 2017 conference is based in Orlando this year, and is due to take place on the 7th-11th of August. More info on the conference can be found here: https://www.agilealliance.org/agile2017/ The talk submissions are open [...]

“Acceptance Testing” – What does it mean?

There are loads of people who use the term "acceptance testing"... Most people have different definitions of what this means. And more still will struggle to even define what they mean personally with the term when they say it. I also regularly hear the words "feature files" mentioned in some of those conversations when people are [...]

Information, and its relationship with testing and checking

UPDATE: Thanks to John Stevenson for his feedback of the model, I've updated the model appropriately to represent the fact that checking activities also inform our testing, (as John described in the comments below). Also, thanks again to everyone else who has reviewed and fed back on the model too.  One of the biggest problems [...]