Lead software engineer with a strong interest in Agile and Usability. Lover of cooking, photography and tea!
Sometimes in life, two unexpected elements can combine together to form something better.
Here I discuss how combining behavioural specifications from BDD and e2e testing can help provide a common testing understanding between developers and non-technical stakeholders. I also showcase a brief example to reinforce how behavioural specifications make the user perspective clearer within your tests.
Identifying Sprint Review Anti-patterns
Gamification of Scrum Learning Using Scrum Delegation Poker Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches play a key part in the development and supporting of Agile practice within Scrum teams. Both hold key responsibilities to support and educate teams in the ways of the Scrum force. However, sometimes more than talking needs to be done to helpContinue reading “Poker Face”
Reflections on the Pitfalls of Story Points and Velocity Capture Many don’t know this, but I studied mathematics for two years at university before specialising in Computer Science. One mandatory class specialized in teaching the fundamentals of mathematical proof. In a nutshell, we learned how to establish that a given hypothesis was correct, or identify theContinue reading “Eight Days a Week”
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