The Agile Interest Group Luxembourg is organizing a new meetup on September, the 22 from 5:30 p.m to 8:30 p.m. Agile Testing and Delivery is the subject of AIGLU’s next event. For this occasion, 2 speakers will talk about Agile Testing and Delivery.
Agile Testing in Practice with Christian Baumann
Christian, our agile testing expert at q-leap, will be a speaker. Christian is an experienced software tester and he has worked in agile environments for several years now. He will share his experience of agile testing by providing examples of “Agile Testing in Practice”.
Agile Testing in Practice. “When being at talks or conferences, very often people ask for concrete advice to solve a certain problem and for examples from the real world. In many cases people find the Agile Manifesto too abstract to be helpful for their concrete situation and they are searching for help.
This shall be addressed in this experience report. What does agile testing look like in practice and how is it related to the values and principles of the Agile Manifesto?
The author will present a couple of concrete examples from real world projects and show how they are linked to the Manifesto”.
Turning continuous delivery into competitive business advantage with Gojko Adzic.
Gojko Adzic, agile thought leader and author of several seminal books and father of Specification by Example. He will be present in Luxembourg and he will talk about “Turning continuous delivery into competitive business advantage”.
Turning continuous delivery into competitive business advantage
“Continuous delivery is not just a technical tool. Regardless of whether we want it or not, it creates a fundamental change to the world around software teams, including marketing and customer interaction. Ignoring those changes is dangerous, because it can lead to conflicts with the rest of the company. Embracing those changes and exploiting them opens up new business opportunities. By recognising and taking charge in this transformation, software teams can become much more valuable to the companies around them. This talk will focus on how to unlock all that potential, and turn the fact that your teams can deliver frequently into an engine that will help you outrun your competition. This is a talk for tech and business people”.
This is a free event aimed at all people interested in agility: coachs, practitioners, beginners…
Location: SGBT 21 rue d’Epernay L- 1616 Luxembourg