I provide bespoke Agile & software testing training through my company Testagility, which helps teams deliver quality software that actually solves the problem.
I use Agile & Lean principles through a testing lens to help development teams improve communication, achieve closer collaboration & faster feedback.
Each of these helps increase throughput & smooth delivery of value to customers which enables you to validate your ideas & assumptions sooner.
I predominantly find myself helping development teams improve their Agile testing to remove bottlenecks. This includes training in testing ideas as well the soft people skills to help teams grow together.
Do any of these situations sound familiar to you?
Testing is squeezed in at the end of the delivery cycle
How do you test throughout the development cycle to bake quality in?
The wrong thing gets built
You wait for ages & when you finally get to see the requested product, its not what you asked for – how do we know what is the right thing?
Testers see themselves as the gatekeepers of quality
Why should they be responsible for “signing off” software? They didn’t ask for it and they’re not funding it therefore why should they give no/go decision?
Testing is a bottleneck & hindering our iterative development
We’re trying to be more agile in our approach, but our testing is preventing the short cycles & frequent delivery we’re striving for.
We don’t need Testers, we’re Agile
Yes, your development cycle may be highly automated but there is so much value a Tester can add to your time – let me show you!
How can I help you?
Depending on your challenges, I can offer:
I offer a 1-day free testing consultation session where I will perform some interviews & record my observations. I will then share these observations with you, along with a series of recommendations & experiments that will help your testing move from a cost centre to a value-add activity.
Where can you discover more about me?
Come & take a look at my thoughts & ideas on Twitter
Why not get in touch to see how I can help you?