LIVE! at STARWEST! Day 1 (Rhythm of Testing)

On October 15, 2014, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing

It is Wednesday morning and I’m sitting in Anaheim, California, at the Disneyland Hotel for the 2014 instance of StarWest.  Like many conferences, there are a couple days of training and tutorials before the conference itself.  Monday and Tuesday were the tutorial days for this conference. 

Monday morning I spent working on day-job stuff, that afternoon I spent preparing for the presentation I am giving later today.  Tuesday morning, more day-job stuff in the morning, then met and sat in some conversations with testers around ideas about testing.  (Sorry, Paul, when I tried to get back into your tutorial, the nice lady at the door said I had the wrong code on my name tag.)

Lee Copeland gave opening remarks for the day – and Julie Gardner is launching the first keynote of the conference. 

Julie tweets at @cheekytester and is talking on “glueware” – the stuff that puts systems together and helps them stick. 

Central to that is the idea of communication – and the difference between information and communication.  AND – my battery is going.  Summary later! 


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