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Tuesday, September 24 • 9:45am - 10:30am
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There’s a lot of discussion going on the software development world today about the incredible benefits of tester’s getting comfortable with code (reading it and writing it!) and about developers getting more comfortable with testing; but what is it really like to make that last shift within an organization and what does it really mean?

This talk will walk through how my team was able to shift testing in a way that the whole team was empowered to, and felt comfortable to, pick up QA tasks to increase our efficiency. We’ll go through how we identified the need for this shift, how we got the whole team on board, the process we took, and the outcomes we saw. I’ll also walk you through the challenges we faced and the lessons we learned along the way.

Key Takeaways:
- Understanding what it means and looks like for a whole team to be empowered to test
- Ways to get buy in (on your team and in your org) for non-testers to test
- Lessons learned by my team and advice for empowering your whole team to test

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Bailey Hanna

Software Test Specialist, Roadmunk
Bailey Hanna is a software test specialist at Roadmunk based out of Kitchener, Ontario. She has been an active member of testing the community for about 3 years, working to expand her knowledge through conferences, testing meet-ups, and reading. Her primary areas of passion and experience... Read More →

Tuesday September 24, 2019 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
Yorkshire Room