Posts Tagged ‘unicorns’

Agile Testing – Unicorn perspective

February 1, 2013 Leave a comment

So for anyone not attending Agile testing days 2012, unicorns actually became the theme of a great conference through the collaborative work of peers. It refers to the differences and similarities between /the real world/™ and the unicorn world.

If you haven’t read the previous posts in this series, please do. Also do keep in mind they refer to extremes of perspectives.

Bridging communities
Agile Testing – Traditional testing perspective
Agile Testing – Agile perspective
Agile Testing – Programmer perspective
Agile Testing – Project management perspective
Agile Testing – Context driven testing perspective

About the extremes

My friend and Scout colleague shared with me this great analogy when it comes to discussions about things that people care a lot about. At that time a couple of us were talking about the whole global warming controversy, but it applies to many similar debates, like the one about Agile testing. “How come it is so hard for people to discuss these matters without ending up in a ditch and not getting up?” Read more…