Saturday, December 23rd 2017
One year ago I introduced the “muffin concept” in a small blog post, “how we do Quality at ThoughtWorks”. Ever since then I have been to various Meetups and Conferences to discuss the idea and all the concepts behind it. After another year and dozens of discussion, there are more thoughts around how to bake quality in.
It covers quite different aspects, thus I decided to split this post into a miniseries of 5 posts.
Enjoy the read here and please give me feedback: tell me what you think!
Saturday, October 28th 2017
In June I was speaking at the German Testing Day, together with my colleague Nadine who also works for ThoughtWorks. A few months later I spoke at the Quest for Quality conference in Dublin. The slides are in this post.
Tuesday, March 28th 2017
After being in Cologne on the 27th we had another Meetup talking about high quality products in Hamburg. Here are the slides of the presentation.
Monday, March 27th 2017
The slides of the talk can be found in this post.
Friday, December 23rd 2016
„QA is so much more than testing.“ But what exactly?
With this question in mind, the QA from ThoughtWorks Germany collected their thoughts. What is has to do with muffins you can read in this blog post. Feedback is very welcome.
Monday, November 21st 2016
I was invited for a double episode on the Pure Performance Podcast from @grabnerandi and @emperorwilson. It was really fun to share stories about how we work at ThoughtWorks in general and at Otto.de in specific.
Tuesday, November 1st 2016
“ThoughtWorks Presents” is an ongoing series of talks at the Werkstatt Berlin. Last time, I had the possibility to talk about building a high quality product. The slides are in the post, you can find it here.
Saturday, October 15th 2016
The “Quest for Quality” is a brand new conference in Slovenia. If you did not have the chance to participate this year, make sure to get a ticket in 2017. I gave a talk about levelling up the “test manager” skills in our QA live. If you want to see the slides, you can find them here.
Monday, October 10th 2016
I want to share some thoughts about a high quality product that I encountered in my private live. It inspired me. And I would never have imagined that I can get inspirted by a pair of shoes to start thinking about software craftmanship.
But I believe, that there is still so much we can learn from other industries. We just have to keep an open mind. Find this lesson that I learned here.
Thursday, October 6th, 2016
The guide to testing microservice gives an overview how to test micro services. But certainly, the most complicated step is to test the integration of the services. In the previous blog post I only refer to CDCs, so I want to share more information about how they work in detail in this separate post. It is short and has many pictures, the best way to learn about a complicated concept.
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
After talking about it on a small conference once more I completely reworked this article. There are just too many problems that can be in your way if you start with micro services. Let me share with you where we have been failing. So you have the chance to succeed.
Thursday, July 7th, 2016
This post is a mere translation of the original blog post that I wrote with Diana Kruse, Natalie Volk and Torsten Mangner. While writing this blog once more just in another language, I took the liberty of adding some personal notes here and there.
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
This post is all about deploying every single commit to the production environment.
Friday, August 22, 2014
This post explains how to implement testing with Frank, an open source tool for the automated testing of iPhone apps.