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Thursday, March 1 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Community whack-a-mole! Bug bashes, why they're great and how to run them effectively LIMITED

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Burke & Wills didn't explore Australia by themselves. They had a team of nineteen people with them - with a variety of backgrounds.The team included a professor, a botanist, a geologist, a newspaper editor, and more - each adding different skills.


As testers, we’re charged with exploring - but it’s dangerous to go alone. Fortunately, we’re surrounded by individuals with unique experiences that can help us on our journey. Developers, analysts, managers, designers - all can offer insights we might miss.


A bug bash is an event where people from many different roles come together, all testing the same feature, at the same time.  It’s a really effective way of leveraging the insights that these other roles can provide.


This session will demonstrate how a bug bash can help you build a more robust product, when you should (or shouldn’t) run one, and provide tools and tips on how to make it a successful event.

Speakers
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James Espie

James is a software tester, currently helping to build world class giving and engagement solutions at Pushpay. He's a big believer in making life better for everyone - by building helpful, easy-to-use software; by helping other testers get better at their craft; or by taking his friends... Read More →


Thursday March 1, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
Ballroom A Langham Hotel, Southbank

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