New ways of delivering software and solutions challenge existing perceptions of what roles and activities testers and test managers have. Some are getting more into development others into people skills. Sometimes forcefully, other times as part of self-organizing teams.
This post is a link collection for the talk: Testing roles are shifting, but where to? for the Ministry of Testing Meetup Copenhagen chapter, march 2017.
- Testing roles are shifting, but where to?
- “How to Test in IT operations“
- What is the next big thing to happen in the software testing space?
- Test automation is not testing
- Situation Normal, Everything Must Change – Simon Wardley Keynote
- Trending: Shift-Left
- So we’re going “No QAs”. How do we get the devs to do enough testing?
- The “A” Word Under the Covers of Test Automation
- Stop hiring software checkers!
- Shift-Right, you wild one!
- The Mojo of the Weasel
- The Shift-Coach Testing Trend
- Test Manager vs. Test Coach
- “How I Lost My Job As a Test Manager”
- Shift-Deliver, TestOps and Management of Changes
- less about software, and more about solutions
- Shift X – Why are testers not happy where they are (put)?
- Dannemiller version: D x V x F > R
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