Hilton Brisbane, Victorias Room, Level 8, 190 Elizabeth Street
Tuesday, 20 November 2012, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
5.45pm Using Mind Mapping Techniques in Testing by Marie Walsh ANZTB
6.15pm Networking & Refreshments
6.45pm It's time to Collaborate and get INNOVATIVE and CREATIVE!
The event is free of charge and open to all software testing professionals and anybody with an interest in the profession, but registrations are essential. To reserve your place, please register online here.
Using Mind Mapping Techniques in Testing
by Marie Walsh
In this group led discussion, Marie will demonstrate mind mapping techniques which can be used from test planning through to test closure activities. These techniques have been around for a while, with origins going back several hundred years. Mind mapping in testing has become popular in recent years as it assists in lateral thinking and allows complex information to be presented in a simplified visual form, making important relationships visible. This can assist teams with key tasks including: creating test plans, designing test scenarios, and choosing effective test data.
It's time to Collatorate and get INNOVATIVE and CREATIVE!
(facilitator led activity)
“If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got.” (A. Einstein)
Participate in a hands-on challenge that has been used by thousands around the globe and see how you measure up.
This activity will help you shed new light on the assumptions in your projects, what it means to be iterative and where failing fast can be a really good thing.
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