Sprint planning for Sprint 3


(Dominic) #1

As before suggestion here, I’ll collate them all on Friday and write a poll then so you can have the weekend to vote before I close it on Monday!


(Dominic) #2

Welp no suggestions yet, so I’ll throw out a curve ball:

What non-testing focussed book do you wish you’d been given on your first day testing.


(Paul) #3

Practical Physics by G.L. Squires, Cambridge University Press. Required reading during my Physics degree.

All about experimentation, measurement, error analysis and reporting. The best book about testing not actually about testing.


(Dominic) #4

mwyrodek:
I am on holidays so i will post my proposition here: favorite heuristic and why itvworks for you

adding this from Slack


(Dominic) #5
  • What non-testing focussed book do you wish you’d been given on your first day testing?
  • What is your favourite heuristic and why does it work for you?

0 voters


(Dominic) #6

So the book it is!

I’ll make the post now