What’s the difference between testing and quality management? Over the past few years, I’ve been thinking about quality and what it means. I’ve done a few talks on it and engaged in several conversations with different people. Recently a LinkedIn conversation sparked my thoughts in a different direction – about the relationship between testing and […]
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In a class I taught in Copenhagen, we had a discussion about limiting work in progress and concentrating on getting each story to “Done” before taking on more work. Later, as I was going through security at the Copenhagen airport and going through passport control, I was reminded why small batches are so important. Picture […]
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I wrote a blog post back in 2016 with the same title. A different event inspired me to write about the same idea and I think it bears repeating. Last week, I was at a client site in California – the state that prides itself on being eco-friendly. By the door (on the way out […]
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A term I use quite a bit when I’m teaching a class is ‘artificial constraints’ – those barriers we put up in our head that are non-existent. For example, sometimes I walk into a class and the table for my ‘stuff’ is in the wrong place and I walk around it for an hour before […]
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Paul Seaman (from Australia and @beaglesays on twitter) took me up on my offer to chat and we ended up having a great discussion about tasks and columns on a story board among many other things. I learned a little, and he took away some ideas that he wants to try with his team – a win-win in my books.
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