Category Archives: Lean

wooden open source shed: second iteration can I afford this mansion

Second iteration: Can I afford it and am I allowed to build this mansion? The first iteration was validating my vision.  Now the vision was successfully validated. The next step was to validate the most important question: can I afford this … Continue reading

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Open source wooden shed

There is a great TED talk from Massimo Banzi: How Arduino is open-sourcing imagination. This talk made my self enthusiastic about open source hardware. The last half year I been working on replacing my old shed by a new shed … Continue reading

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Presentation at testnet najaarsevent

One of the pillars in Scrum is transparency.  Visibility is key in transparency. Below you find my presentation at Testnet najaars event.

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Is this a way to quantify?

When I say I live in a big city what does that mean for you. Is it a city of 2 milion? No I live in the netherlands and a big city has a population of more than 100.000. When … Continue reading

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“Lean” test specification

Many testers tend to do use the same test techniques for different problems. It could be that it is stated in a test plan or they just know one technique. It is not the way to go. In my opinion. … Continue reading

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Bathtub conference next step.

How do the pro do that. Just ask them to tell you. Don’t wait for a conference create an online conference that was discussed by a cup of coffee with Cesario. But not focussed only on “the pro” but also … Continue reading

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Lean specifications, what’s that?

A lot of teams are changing to Agile. Usually they start bottom up with a development focus on getting agile. The testing is often late in the change process and testers are not that keen on this new process. This … Continue reading

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