I just arrived home from this year Agile Coach Camp Germany in Rückersbach close to Frankfurt and although I am pretty tired I want to give you a small expression of this great weekend.
The theme of this year Agile Coach Camp was “The inner fire works!” and every single participant helped to make the fire huge. There were a lot of sessions proposed, all of them interesting and exciting and some of them were proposed even for the evening in the bar. As I said before, the fire was huge. There are three sessions I want to mention and tell you a little bit more about. Continue reading Agile Coach Camp Germany 2011
In my last post I wrote about how the Product Owner can help to increase the quality of the software without crossing the line, staying in the framework given to the Product Owner role. Although I wrote, there are plenty of articles about how developers can increase software quality, I still want to do a follow up on my last post. Just to have both sides covered.
So what do we have in our toolbox for developers? First there are plenty of tools and it would take me a while to describe them all. Therefore I will elaborate on just a couple of them in detail.
I assume the fact we are talking or thinking about quality means we want to write good software and don’t want our customer to find any bugs. Therefore we are all testing our software. It starts with the developer, who will run the code he just wrote and ends with somebody testing the complete software. I am writing somebody, because some people might not have dedicated testers in their project. That’s the point to start at – get a tester!
Wait, wait! Don’t leave!
Continue reading Testers vs. Developer – United in the Name of Quality