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Ubiquitous Testing - Testing Is Too Important to Leave to the End



Yehoram Shenhar and Alistair McKinnell present a way of doing testing having every team member involved in planning, estimating, and defining tests, testability being an architectural system attribute.


Yehoram Shenhar discovered Agile over a decade ago and has been applying it ever since being an Agile coach in roles such as software developer, team lead and project manager. Alistair McKinnell has been writing software since the days of punch cards. After reading Kent Beck’s Extreme Programming Explained in 1999 he realized he had found his people. These days Alistair works as an Agile Coach.

About the conference

This popular conference has sold out each year, providing attendees and sponsors with numerous opportunities to benefit from this lively, informative and interactive event.This year we are growing the conference to be the largest yet - moving to a larger venue and increasing capacity to meet the large demand. As a result, Agile Tour Toronto ’12 will now feature even more interactive sessions, workshops and plenty of opportunities to network than ever. Whether you are new to Agile or have a lot of experience, this conference promises to deliver value to all levels of expertise. For business audiences, you will gain key insights and learning on the practical implementation of Agile methodologies within companies.For practitioners, you’ll find out about the latest developments, tools and methodologies.

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Jan 17, 2013