SET#24 Learning From Your Bugs with Henrik Warne

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• What we'll do
Software bugs are a fact of life. While they can be annoying to find and fix, they are also great learning opportunities. Henrik will talk about the simple but effective method he has been using to learn from especially tricky bugs.

He will also go through the most important lessons distilled from over 200 difficult bugs from the past 15 years. The lessons learnt are split into three categories: coding, testing and debugging.


Henrik Warne has been programming professionally for more than 20 years, and he still loves to code. He has worked on small embedded systems and large distributed systems, using a wide variety of technologies and programming languages. He is interested in all aspects of software engineering, from architecture, design and methodology to implementation, testing and debugging. He is currently a software engineer at TriOptima, developing systems for financial risk management.

About SET

Between 17:30 and 18.00 light snacks and drinks are served and at 18:00 the actual presentation with subsequent dialogue starts. The event will be held in English.

SET (Stockholm Exploratory Testing) is a forum for us who are passionate about exploratory testing and testing as a craft. The basis of the SET is a non-profit and business neutral forum where the participants give and take in the name of exploratory testing. All with the purpose to increase the overall knowledge of testing and it's different implications in the Stockholm area.


• Important to know

SET is a meetup that gets better the more the participants take part in the discussions that will follow the talk. So please remember to write down all your questions during the talk so that you can grill Henrik afterwards!