Workshop: Living In A Context Driven World

Is your team using Context Driven Testing (CDT) today? If not, have you struggled to find a way to implement it within your organization? Or maybe you have been using it but you don’t feel that it is being embraced by your team or the stakeholders.

Context Driven Testing continues to expand its influence to the testing community with a new paradigm for improving the testing practice for organizations.

If you’re like the majority testers, you believe in the context driven approach, but you are unsure how to integrate it within your practice. Is this a conversion process or integration for your team that practices traditional requirements based testing and wants to go context driven now.

This workshop will appeal to testers with every level of experience with CDT. If you’re unsure what CDT is, but want to better understand how it works, you should attend. If you’re aware of CDT and how it can transform your testing practice, but unsure how to implement it, you should attend. If your team is using CDT but you want to look for ways to continually improve and expand your practice, you should attend.

We will cover many hands-on team exercises within this workshop, focused on providing each attendee an increased confidence and understanding of how context driven testing can help them be an awesome thinking tester!

 

Answers to the Questions:

  • “What is Context Driven Testing?”
  • “How is Context Driven Testing different than other approaches? Or are they same?”
  • “What are the benefits of implementing CDT into my organization?”
  • Suggestions, for teams that are not currently using CDT, on how to integrate CDT into your current practice – in a phased approach that will bring value to your testing.
  • Thought provoking exercises that will help everyone, from the new, the experienced, and the expert context driven testers, to improve their skill sets and share with their teams.

Strategy
Location: Poplar Date: April 5, 2016 Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Smita Mishra Smita Mishra