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Thursday, July 28 • 9:00am - 10:15am
A Hands-On Introduction to Exploratory Testing (Claire Moss) POPULAR

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Abstract:
Consisting of simultaneous test design, execution, reporting and learning, Exploratory Testing done well can be a powerful tool in any team member's arsenal. Done poorly, it can create confusion without adding much value. In this hands-on introduction, attendees will bring a laptop, pair with a buddy, hear a little theory on test design, open a real application and get to testing. We'll have some more theory, test a second application, then a third, and finally conduct a retrospective to cover what people have learned. In the retro, or time following, we can talk about how teams can adopt these techniques in a more formal way to compress testing into iterations, sprints, and other timeboxes while improving coverage and transparency of what is tested.
The test design elements of the class will include quick attacks and consistency heuristics, two ways to generate test ideas when time is tight and information limited.
Learning Outcomes:
  • The 'what' of Exploratory Testing
  • How To Perform Quick Attacks
  • And how to integrate Exploratory Testing into existing practice
  • The Role of ET in Agile Conversion
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Claire Moss

Developer, Agilist, Tester, ScrumMaster, Product Owner, Agile coach, Home Depot
Agilist working as part of product development teams to support and accelerate development through fast feedback. I help teams to craft more executable user stories. Testing teacher, unit and integration test review and advisement, exploratory testing coach. Exploratory tester and... Read More →


Thursday July 28, 2016 9:00am - 10:15am
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