Title: More "T" and Less "BS"
Speaker: Jon Bach, QA Director, Buyer Experience, eBay, Inc.
Date: Thursday, December 13, 2012
Time: 12:25 PM - 1:25 PM PT
There's a way to manage and measure effort from exploratory testing. It
doesn't rely on counting tests or bugs, but tracking time and effort --
two things we all bring to our jobs. This talk is about three specific
categories of time and effort that can be measured. It is about three
areas of time and effort every tester faces: Test Design/Execution, Bug
Investigation/Reporting, and Setup. The three categories are part of a
technique called Session-Based Test Management, but they have value
independent of SBTM, no matter the context. My intent is to show you how
these metrics are not about counting, but about building
About Jon Bach
Jon Bach joined eBay (San Jose) as a QA director for the Buyer
Experience team. Formerly a manager of corporate intellect and senior
test consultant at Quardev, Jon has been in testing since 1995 with
experience that includes managing teams at Microsoft, HP, and
LexisNexis. The co-inventor (with his brother James) of session-based
test management, Jon is an award-winning speaker on test management and
exploratory testing. He’s mostly known for his “half-baked” ideas about
how to inspire innovation and create a learning culture for test teams.
Find Jon on Facebook and Twitter (@jbtestpilot). View his presentations
and his blog at jonbox.wordpress.com