TestCon Europe 2021 – Conference Sketchnotes~ 1 min.

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The TestCon Europe 2021 took place as an online edition. Which was quite practical as I could participate from home without needing to travel in these pandemic times. There are rarely conferences where I think that all the talks I attended were excellent – but here this is definitely the case. I have chosen talks about team performance, load testing, and topics that are absolutely new to me, like mutation testing or proactive programming. And I have learned a lot. As usual, I want to share my sketchnotes with you:

Acceptance testing sounds easy but is hard to get right

Peter Gfader
Acceptance testing sounds easy but is hard to get right

Deming’s management philosophy for testing teams

Steve Hoeg
Demings management philosophy for testing teams

Extreme shift left – out with the requirement engineer

Wim Decoutere
Extreme shift left - out with the requirement engineer

Fundamentals and practices for getting a high-performing team

Geoffrey van der Tas
Fundamentals and practices for getting a high-performing team

How to deal with bad requirements in testing

Panel discussion
How to deal with bad requirements in testing

Inside software architecture – where the bodes are buried

Adam Sandman
Inside software architecture - where the bodes are buried

Is testing like electricity

Phil Royston
Is testing like electricity

Mutation testing with PIT

Rafal Leszko
Mutation testing with PIT

Proactive Programming

PJ Hagerty
Proactive Programming

Schrödinger’s Pokemon – observability for chaotic load testing

Nicole van der Hoeven
Schrödingers Pokemon - observability for chaotic load testing

Softs you need to run the perfect load test

Christina Thalayasingam
Softs you need to run the perfect load test

Stop trying to fix everything

Steve Upton
Stop trying to fix everything

The art of teams

Ralph van Roosmalen
The art of teams

The Pony Express and how technology moves fast

PJ Hagerty
The Pony Express and how technology moves fast

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