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Ministry of Testing is the biggest and most supportive global community of Software Testers, founded in UK, present in 77 cities worldwide.

MoT is finally in Manila, Philippines.

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Meetup #12 - Coffee with James Bach - Software Exploratory Testing

MoT-PH proudly presents for the first time in the Philippines, we have JAMES BACH. In the 90’s, I made the term “exploratory testing” popular. Now I don’t use it. Why? Because all testing is exploratory, to some degree. All testing also has scripted elements, but it is useful to treat scripting as a foreign element. In this talk I will explain that.

Meetup #13 Lisa Crispin- A Whole Team Approach to Quality in Continuous Delivery

We have another international Speaker and Author for MoT-PH, Lisa Crispin. Lisa the popular book author of Agile Testing and More Agile Testing will discuss about "A Whole Team approach to quality in Continuous Delivery" It’s not uncommon for teams practicing, or moving towards, continuous delivery to face a growing backlog of customer-reported bugs and struggle to maintain their deployment cadence. If a team has testers, the testers may be expected to continue with their same testing activities, without any thought as to how those can be fit into CD. Teams without testing specialists often struggle with insufficient coverage from their automated regression tests, and they may miss serious problems entirely because of inadequate exploratory testing. How can teams build confidence to release small changes so frequently? It’s not just about testing, it’s about finding ways to build quality into the product. This session will introduce: • a pipeline visualization exercise teams can do to find ways to fit in all testing activities, including manual ones, and shorten feedback loops • using a test suite canvas to determine the minimum automated tests needed • ways to analyze risks and determine next steps to mitigate them • ways testing specialists help teams prevent defects This is a session for everyone on the software delivery team, who may or may not have experience with continuous delivery and deployment.

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