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Jesper
Leading testing in all kinds of projects . Non-commercial. Tweets: testing, LEGO, diversity, business strategy. him/his/cis
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Jesper 10h
I would recommend following
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Aino Vonge Corry, PhD 12h
A year before COVID-19 I made this podcast on distributed retrospectives with : More relevant than ever now. There is a section in each chapter of my upcoming book about online aspects of retrospectives. Free chapter:
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Jesper 14h
Replying to @onkelsvenne
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Replying to @ministryoftest
Why wasn't this found in the management phase?
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Mads Kristensen 18h
Blog: It doesn't matter what you think, if your customers don't agree. - Always create value
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Angie Jones Aug 11
As I grow as an engineer, this becomes clearer and clearer
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Rachel Happe Aug 11
I will be sharing a sneak preview of the book I am working on, Control is for Amateurs and connecting it to how community governance is the organizational model of the future because it generates equitable rewards & power dynamics
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aaron aldrich Aug 10
Don’t let anybody fool you into thinking they’ve got it all together, we’re all just playing a never ending game of Calvinball.
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Applitools Aug 7
How can healthcare companies can deliver new products and services at high speed while meeting their regulatory compliance obligations? . has the answers....
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Test Masters Academy Aug 10
In this talk, will show you why communities of practice are an important part of your organization and what role they can play. Learn more at
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Team Topologies Aug 10
Dunbar's Numbers and Communities of Practice - Q and A with Emily Webber - : "..you cannot create connections with everyone in an organisation that is over 150 people."
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Jesper Aug 9
Replying to @motareksamir
Yes. But it might take a while, as it’s not done by automation ;)
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Torrey Trust, Ph.D. Aug 8
Wondering whether you should require students to turn on their videos during virtual class meetings? Here's an infographic to help you rethink that idea
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Jesper Aug 9
Replying to @unremarkableQA
Areti - are you out shopping for the device lab again? 😂
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Rachel Happe Aug 8
“Mental health” issues tend to be seen as individual deficits. The narrative needs to change. People who suffer from mental health challenges are more finally attuned to social problems. They are our alert system. If we treated them as such, we would invest in communities
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Troy Hunt Aug 7
People have been telling me to do this for ages so here it is - I'm open sourcing the code base for . It's non-trivial, but it's the right thing to do. Here's the story:
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Jesper Aug 6
Take Time for Time Off
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Jesper Aug 6
Awesome write-up Christian, thank U. Two models some to mind by & and by
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Christian Baumann 🇪🇺 Aug 6
Another amazing meetup with , & . Thanks for having us again! My personal highlight from yesterday: During the lean coffee, asked for hints for "Visualizing test strategies". Some nuggets from , & I was 1/n
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Jesper Aug 6
Replying to @ministryoftest
yes, there can be. It depends how you staff the testing activity. a tester/testrole/testing person can do ET, while others (SME, Devs..) do other types of testing. The coach enables the team, while not part of the team as a classic Test mgr would be
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