March 2018 Webinar:
Have you every noticed that most process definitions talk about humans as if they are robots, or even off-stage entirely? “The requirements will be gathered”; “the test plan will be executed.” The reality is that people have bad days, and a few bad days of key players can sink a project, a team, a company. So how do we optimize for good days? These are things testers rarely talk about.
It’s time we got started, and the place we can be most effective is with ourselves.
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About the Presenter:
With over 20 years of software delivery experience, Matt Heusser is the lead author of “Save Our Scrum” and former member of the Board of Directors of the Association for Software Testing. A two-time track chair at the Agile Conference, Matt was the lead organizer of the Agile Alliance Sponsored Workshop on Technical Debt, the Workshop on Self-Education in Software Testing (WHOSE) and the Workshop on Teaching Test Design (WHATDA). Matt is also a recipient of the 2014 Most Influential Agile Test Professional Award and the 2015 Most Popular Online Contributor to Agile Award.
Probably best known for his writing, Matt is the former editor at stickyminds.com, a contributor to cio.com, the recipient of the 2015 most popular contributor to Agile at the Agile Awards, and the lead editor for “How to Reduce the Cost of Software Testing.”
Matt holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with a Concentration in Computer Science from Salisbury University and a Masters degree in computer information systems from Grand Valley State University.