Why I have troubles signing Stop #ISO29119

In the last few days the noise around ISO 29119 is metaphorically deafening. And the case the proponents of the petition to suspend/revoke 29119 sounds quite reasonable. They claim that there is no wide consensus, that not all sides have been heard. They fear that this standard is there to Continue reading Why I have troubles signing Stop #ISO29119

Quality through Agility? It aint that easy.

Yesterday I read an article by Ramon Anger and Surabhi Vohra titled Quality through Agility (Objektspektrum 4/2014 – in german). And once again I found something which happens way too often when someone advocates agile. Ignoring the facts. When citing a survey result (http://softwaretest-umfrage.de/Broschuere_Softwaretest_in_der_Praxis.pdf) that claims, that there are no Continue reading Quality through Agility? It aint that easy.

Distributed Agile – The electronic stand up!

The daily stand-up is one of the key elements of agile methodologies. It serves to inform other team members about your work, your results, your plans and, last not least, your problems. Contrary to regular weekly status meetings (which still should occur, but with a completely different focus) they are Continue reading Distributed Agile – The electronic stand up!