Software Quality Webinar Archive
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What Does IOT Mean for Software Testers?
Jon Hagar, an early explorer of the perils and opportunities for testers in the Mobile IoT era, joined XBOSoft CEO Philip Lew for a discussion of challenges of Mobile IoT. There's been plenty of hype about mobile IoT. There are challenges, to be sure, for testers as the IoT market reveals its full potential. But these are really opportunities for testers who decide to get engaged in the IoT market. Hagar and Lew discussed, among other aspects...
Do you really need a test plan?
Your team might excel at taking orders, but they also might be more dysfunctional than you’re aware. Without healthy organizational habits and proper planning, your Agile efforts are useless and "Testing Agile" will never work. If you’re wondering how you can optimize your agile testing process, Phil will share his insights Agile Testing in the trenches. View this XBOSoft webinar to learn more >
XBOSoft's Ed Curran explores best practices for JMeter Testing and Google Analytics Ed Curran This XBOSoft webinar, “Load Performance Testing with JMeter,” covers how to utilize JMeter to be able to test a [...]
October 20, 2016
Agile Storytelling: Discover the Big Picture for Agile Efforts Webinar with Tom Cagley
Peeling back Agile, one layer at a time.
Storytelling is a powerful tool to elevate even the most diehard requirements analyst from a discussion of individual requirements to a discussion of outcomes. Outcomes are the big picture that acts as an anchor for whole efforts and which is continuously broken down into more and more detailed backlogs. The onion metaphor popularly used in Agile planning, Cohn’s Planning Onion, can be used to describe the evolution of these backlogs.
What's the difference between Agile testing and "other" testing?
Software testing can be done using a variety of methods, whether it's Waterfall, Agile, or one of Agile's many forms. Each has its own benefits, but what exactly is the difference between test practices of these methods? Do Agile testers still utilize test plans? What skills are necessary for testing success?