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Lifestyles of the Loved & Agile

Posted by on Sep 20, 2012 in Blog, Slider | 1 comment

SuperStar It has been a while since I have had an opportunity to put together something really exciting that I have been chomping at the bit to share with you! How about this… As of today, I officially feel like an Agile Superstar! Not only was my recent session at Agile 2012 VERY well received, but I was also recently selected to give the keynote presentation at the Software Testing Professionals (STP), Fall Conference in Miami, Florida. This could not have happened at a more perfect time! I am so very passionate about testing in the Agile world and so adamant that people should not take shortcuts.

Just when I thought I had seen the icing on the cake, I was invited to do an interview for UTest as part of their Testing The Limits Series! In my opinion, I feel this session went AMAZING! It really did give people a glimpse at what the Scrum And Agile Community think of Testing and testers. It also opened doorwars for discussions with an entirely different audience regarding how we can better work together! Spider Mans Uncle got it right, “With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility”. I have been fortunate in my Agile path and have really been able to meet some amazing people that have taught me all that I know. What makes me the most happy is the opportunity to give back. Thanks to all of you for your support and encouragement. Now go read the the interview, leave me a comment please, and set your sights on the approved copy of the Agile 12 Step Program as part of our next post.

Stay Agile My Friends!

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One Comment

  1. People who go over the estimate on their card get some kind of puhmisnnent, e.g. wearing a stupid hat, doing press ups etc. Jesus, really? That’s not a standard way of doing agile! Sometimes people who break the build have to wear a hat, but I’ve never heard of being forced to do press-ups because you estimated wrong! What did C4 have you do?

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