Finally non-profit self-organizing software testing is happening in Denmark. On may 21 2014 we actually had two events:
At the first I was glad to share my experiences using mind maps in software testing, note taking and information structuring. (Get the PDF Xmind mind map here: https://jlottosen.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/mindmaps-400.pdf)
- Mind maps for 100: Read all about mind maps here: http://www.ministryoftesting.com/resources/mindmaps/
- Mind maps for 200: Examples of mind map guidance:
- Mind maps for 300: Real life examples from my collection
- Mind maps for 400:
- Mind maps helps you explore your ideas
- Mind maps helps you structure ideas
- Mind maps help you visualize
- Mind maps helps you see areas of depth
You stop going deeper down the tree, when there is nothing more knowledge to gain, just like good (exploratory) testing.
—Cultural context of the “for 100″ comes from the Jeopardy TV Quiz, where the questions come in 4 levels: 100, 200,300, 400 for the increasingly harder questions. The prize is similarly $100 for level 100 etc.