I was really hoping to get to Eclipse Testing Day 2012 this year, but sadly can’t make it.
Check out the talks though! Some great ideas…and who can fault the price (especially if you’re in Germany) 🙂
It looks like there will be some good panel discussions too if the submitted questions are anything to go by:
- Some people say that testing, as we know it, is dead, because a testing phase is something that only happens in waterfall projects at the very end. Do you agree with this statement?
- When an active community of users works with a product, they are likely to give feedback in the form of bug reports and enhancement requests. How do you suggest incorporating their feedback into the process for the further development of the product?
- The community is a great source of feedback. Nevertheless, it is advantageous to release as few bugs as possible. What do you recommend to gain the balance between community feedback and minimizing bugs in production?
- A frequent claim when talking about testing is “my developers don’t make any errors, so we can save money and time by not testing”. What is your view on this?