Next weeks Agile Yorkshire meeting: Some things about testing that everyone should know, ...... but were afraid to ask, in case somebody told them.
It is Agile Yorkshire time again, it is a real shame that due to the move of the meeting from the 2nd Wednesday to the 2nd Tuesday I really struggle to make the events. Particularly irritating this month as this one look really interesting and the speaker, Ralph Williams, from past evidence always is entertaining. To quote the Agile Yorkshire site the session will..
“The presentation will focus on the techniques that testers use to identify their tests, whether working from a requirements specification or on agile teams.
Agile testing books mostly focus on the agile aspects or the technology so this area often gets glossed over. The main sections would be:
- Equivalence Classes and Boundary Conditions
- Decision Tables
- Classification Trees
- User Focused Testing
There will be a group exercise looking a how these techniques can be applied to the testing of a well known website.
As a group we will go through the process of identifying the testing that is required and in the process explain various test techniques that might be useful to people back in their day jobs.”
For full details see http://www.agileyorkshire.org/event-announcements/10Aug2010
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