"A word to the wise is infuriating."
Hunter S Thompson
OK, for the three of you that read this I have been absent for a while due to never ending project pressures and futile attempts to buy a house at the moment (All things I had put off till after Agile 2009)
This post is (unfortunately) a bit on the short side, and really just an outline of some of the things I have in mind to write about in the coming months, as much to jog my memory as to, hopefully, keep you all interested,
Agile and UAT - Where this can come unstuck, how we can prevent it from doing just that
Behavior Driven Development and how we started implementing it (Given my project breaks, And I don't want it to, When I have better tests and they run, Then I am a happy bunny)
Stubborn QA Departments What do you do when you have a QA department that refuses to give you testers until the release phase of your project?
Where is the risk? Why is it when we contract agile we seem to expect our clients to take all the risk?
A bit of a brain dump on what I'm thinking at the moment. H
opefully its enough to whet your appetite. among those topics I will probably be discussing some of the training material we generated while researching our talk for Agile 2009. Maybe I'll drop a bit of insight to what we are proposing for Agile 2010?
Or maybe I won't let that cat out of the bag - You'll have to wait and see.