Continuous Testing Live shares conversations with insightful, experienced, and engaging thought leaders around continuous testing, agile development, DevOps, digital transformation, and ways that software testers can have an even bigger impact on the world around them. This show is produced and presented by Tricentis.
Episode 21: Jenny Bramble on Risk-based Testing
Jenny Bramble sits down with us to discuss what risk-based testing looks like, why testers should consider a risk-based approach to their work, and how to build buy-in and support from the rest of the business in this episode of Continuous Testing Live.
Episode 020: Dawn Haynes on Being Agile vs. Doing Agile
Dawn Haynes sits down with us to discuss how testers can actually "be" agile whether they're "doing" agile at a team or organizational level. We also discuss with Dawn how shared goals between testers and the rest of the business can have wide-ranging benefits.
Episode 019: Breaking down the Software Fail Watch
The 5th Edition of the Software Fail Watch identified 606 recorded software failures, impacting half of the world’s population (3.7 billion people), $1.7 trillion in assets, and 314 companies. And this is just scratching the surface—there are far more software defects in the world than we will likely ever know about.
Episode 018: Testing Heroes 2018: Early poll standings are in!
We're sharing some early results of our Tricentis Testing Heroes 2018 election; who is currently in the lead for Tester of the Year? Who is battling it out for Performance Tester of the Year? We give a sneak peek into all 6 categories on this week's episode!
Episode 017: Jeanne Schmidt on manual testing in an "automation world"
Jeanne Schmidt discusses how manual testers have the opportunity to "thrive" as organizations continue to look for how to scale their test automation initiatives to new heights. Learn how testers can offer invaluable input to automation engineers from when test strategies are being defined, all the way through to during automation retrospectives.
Episode 016: Melissa Tondi on level-setting quality expectations
Melissa Tondi stops by to discuss why whether you call them testers, QA, or quality engineers - understanding the expectations that the rest of an organization have for this group is crucial. Learn why level-setting these expectations and responsibilities helps eliminate misguided assumptions and myths so quality can keep up with accelerated demands.
Looking forward to this one
Tricentis has always had awesome guests on their blog, webinars, and speaking sessions - this should be a fantastic show. Keep the new episodes coming!