Practical Agile Testing with Janet Gregory

27 Feb-1 Mar 2013 (Add to calendar) GMT
Skills Matter at the MWB Busin , London, GB

Janet Gregory's three day practical agile testing course demonstrates how testers can become valued agile team members, how they contribute to delivering a continuous stream of business value, and provides ways to overcome common cultural and logistical obstacles in transitioning to an agile development process. Janet Gregory's Practical Agile Testing course describes the values and principles that help testers adopt an Agile QA mindset, and how the whole team contributes to the success of any testing practices, including test automation.

You will be shown how to complete testing activities in short iterations, and how testers contribute on a daily basis during each iteration and release cycle. Through interactive exercises and group discussions, you will discover good strategies for driving development with both executable and manual tests. This practical agile testing course is filled with real-life examples of the many ways agile testers add value.

Please also note that all delegates receive a complimentary copy of "Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams" authored by Janet Gregory and Lisa Crispin when attending this training course!

LEARN HOW TO: Understand how testers contribute on agile teams, how agile teams successfully cover all dimensions of software quality in short release cycles, and collaborate to deliver the "right" business value at frequent, consistent intervals.

£1795.00 or £1615.00 if booked before 29-12-12

*For more information and registration please visit:

You might also like...


Other nearby events



Why not write for us? Or you could submit an event or a user group in your area. Alternatively just tell us what you think!

Our tools

We've got automatic conversion tools to convert C# to VB.NET, VB.NET to C#. Also you can compress javascript and compress css and generate sql connection strings.

“We should forget about small efficiencies, say about 97% of the time: premature optimization is the root of all evil.” - Donald Knuth