[2014][K03][OLD] Test Planner a Heuristic for Brainstorming, Analysing and Planning

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Test Planner a Heuristic for Brainstorming, Analyzing and Planning [2014-K03]

Full title

Test Planner – A Heuristic for Brainstorming Test Ideas, Analysing Requirements Documentation and Planning Your Testing.

Speaker

Louise Perold, Micro to Mainframe, South Africa.

Abstract

The session will include an overview of the planner and an interactive demonstration of the planner in action, and discussion on what others are using and doing to achieve a similar result. Early on in my testing journey, I heard about “test scenarios” and “test cases” and I was being asked to write these in some detail after receiving specifications which often lacked detail. I needed a way to refine my thoughts around the testing required and slowly the test planner evolved. (Yes, I am an ISTJ).  I’m really interested to hear about what similar / different approaches people have used and would love to share how this one works for me.

Bio

Louise is a passionate believer in context-driven testing and has been enthusiastically breaking things for over 12 years. Working for a consulting company, Micro to Mainframe, she is currently based at a Merchant bank in Johannesburg, South Africa. There she leads a team testing in the GL and reporting area.

 

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