This year, the Agile Testing Days have been happening as an online conference. And what can I say – the organizers made an amazing job transferring the great atmosphere online. Awesome speakers, talks, activities – the only thing missing was hugging people in person. But still, we have been very connected through the chat during the talks and the virtual bars in the evening. I joined from the comfort of my home and, as usual, made sketchnotes of the talks that I have attended. I hope you enjoy them and learn a little from them about the great content of the presentations.
It is always about you
How to keep your agility as a tester
Code review is (not) for testers?
From ego to self-awareness
Being fully you – to the workplace and beyond
How I became Agile when it came to mental health
Designing Your Tests Up to Fail
Testing games is not a game
Level Up: Playing the Automation Game
Testing is not the goal!
How to fail at automation
Make meetings work
The Last Talk on Software Testing
Dreams don’t work unless you do
Dear Mrs Aquafresh: Bottling this girl’s confidence
Beyond the bugs
Bulletproof Test Environments
Extreme learning situations as testers
The Art of Asking Questions
Introducing psychological safety in a tribe
Preventing burnout while working in the Tech industry
Embracing conflict without the Drama
New Role, New Tool, Same Ol’ Problems
Let it go
I still can’t really believe, the Agile Testing Days are already over, and I am very much looking forward to next year’s edition. If you have been an attendee as well – let me know how you have liked it. I hope that you find my sketchnotes useful and that you could take some valuable information from them. If you want to get one or more of them in high-res – just write to me.