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Thursday, July 28 • 9:00am - 10:15am
The Agile Communication Game (Dan Ashby, Emma Armstrong) POPULAR

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Abstract:
As testers, Dan and Emma appreciate the difficulties of communicating from the perspective of a tester on a team however this issue is not unique to any role. Testing has always been about good communication, testing the wrong thing adds very little value to the product. Agile has heightened the need for productive communication skills as it is based around collaboration. This interactive workshop will highlight the challenges and key concepts of good communication and how to use techniques to enhance your collaborations with others. Attending this workshop will enable you to illicit the information you need and maximise communication opportunities, making sure you are conveying the information people need to know in a manner in which it will be received.
If you want new techniques to help enhance the communication on your team then this is the workshop for you.
Learning Outcomes:
  • - How important a part communication plays in the agile and how difficult it can be
  • - Ways to build effective communication within your team
  • - How to identify communication opportunities and maximise them.
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Emma Armstrong

Mrs, Towers Watson
Emma Armstrong is a test engineer and has been baking quality into software since 2000. In that time she has gotten her hands dirty with both manual and automated testing and had the opportunity to dig into everything from compilers to web applications.She has worked with most methodologies, gotten to grips with technologies ranging from chipset hardware to UI (and everything in between), as well as managing people and test teams.


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