Did you know you can enable your team to build better software faster while having a stronger team culture? Too good to be true?
In recent years, agile has influenced early involvement of testing in the development cycle. With this more and more testers are testing new functionality as soon as a commit is pushed. Yet such teams still fail to deliver high quality software. Why? What is missing?
Working with various diverse teams across multiple projects, Finn realised that testing doesn’t actually improve software quality. It’s just a bar assuring a certain level of quality that already exists. In order to actually improve we must get involved into much more than simply testing and think about the product as a whole.
In this session, Finn will share specific examples of how engaging with the business, engineering, process optimisation as well as the entire cross-functional team can lead to significant improvements in the product’s quality. At the end of the talk, you will know how to start with a holistic approach to improving product quality throughout the entire software delivery lifecycle.

— this is a talk I am currently doing on various conferences. Some people asked me if I can share the slides, but the files are just a bit too large. So instead I decided to include a recording of the talk (with the slides) here, as some of them only play well with the presentation.