Category Archives: Meeting reports

Report on the discussion about the contents of an article titled ‘What is CDT?’

On Tuesday January 21st we had a DEWT meeting to discuss the follow-up on our article on the TestNet Autumn Event on context-driven testing (CDT). The goal was to create an outline for an article to explain what we think … Continue reading

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Reading Skills for Software Testers

From 19 till 21 April 2013, the third peer conference of the Dutch Exploratory Workshop on Testing was held in Driebergen, The Netherlands. In a talk I did during that conference, I made a slightly emotional appeal to start looking … Continue reading

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Excellent Workshop on Coaching

March 7th, we had an excellent workshop on coaching. People who were there; Angela van Son (trainer), Michael Bolton, Adrian Canlon, Ruud Cox, Zeger van Hese, Philip Hoeben, Jeanne Hofmans, Joris Meerts, Ray Oei, Jean-Paul Varwijk, Jeroen Rosink, Huib Schoots … Continue reading

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TestNet with Michael Bolton and James Bach

DEWT is participating in the Dutch Testers Association (TestNet) special interest evening: (in Dutch) with special guests James Bach and Michael Bolton who will be attending through Skype and will give a special ‘key-note’ on Context-Driven Testing.

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DEWT is born….

It started out on twitter: 7 passionate software testers meet with a great idea: start a Dutch version of peer workshops on (exploratory) testing. Inspired by American, English and Swedish examples: Los Altos Workshop on Software Testing (LAWST), London Exploratory … Continue reading

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