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Thursday, June 27 • 13:00 - 13:45
Black Stories to Unleash Lateral Thinking and Advocate Testing

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Black stories are riddles to be explored and solved. This little card game is a great tool for discovering processes why exploratory testing is a necessity when you want to deliver high quality software. The game can however also be used to  get a teams collaborative mind to lateral thinking. A skill to let you explore requirements, user stories and host refinement sessions.

Session takeaways
  • Know how to utilize black stories to explain the necessity of exploratory testing (to your team or management)
  • Know how to activate a team for a refinement session/requirement review
  • Understand what lateral thinking is
  • Know what the 5 orders of ignorance are and why it is important to know this
    Obtain a new perspective of seeing software development as a knowledge acquiring tool.
As a Bonus Jordann Gross will co-host this session.

Speakers
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Eddy Bruin

Agile Coach at Rabobank (Netherlands), The Serious Gamers
For many years Eddy has have been using serious games and learning metaphors to helpdrive teams and organizations forward. Eddy is an Agile and Test Coach with the mission tohelp teams deliver software that people actually want to use, while having as much fun aspossible. He helps... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 13:00 - 13:45
Room 705 1601 Broadway, New York, NY 10019, USA

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