There are many agile methods that can be used to help your development team deliver value. One of the latest is called Kanban, from the Lean manufacturing movement. In this workshop, Eric will lead you through using agile and traditional testing techniques in a Kanban process. You will learn how to create a Kanban board for different teams and situations and how visualizing constraints can help testers and developers deliver finished work faster. Eric will explain why using Kanban to track testing is different than a testing strategy using Scrum or other iterative processes. Learn why a team would use Kanban for their methodology and how the structures within a Kanban board can help testers to continuously improve their craft. You will apply these lessons to a practical Kanban testing solution during this workshop.
- Understand the Kanban process
- Learn how to develop a Kanban board for a variety of situations
- Practice using a Kanban testing solution
Workshop Leader: Eric Landes, AgileThought
Eric Landes has been involved with the IT industry for close to 20 years. As a Solution Architect for AgileThought, Eric helps coach and implement agile solutions in primarily Microsoft environments. He has been using agile methods for the past 6 years in a team lead/ project manager capacity. His expertise includes working with teams dispersed around the world. Eric has presented on Kanban, automated acceptance tests, and other agile topics at a variety of agile conferences and user group meetings. Eric has a CSM and is a Microsoft MVP.