Project Management

Interviews

Peter Walen discusses leadership Growing into Leadership: An Interview with Peter Walen
Podcast

In this TechWell interview, senior software tester Peter Walen discusses what it takes to be a leader in the workplace. He digs into what it means to lead a team, the positive experiences that led to him becoming a better leader, and the mistakes that changed his perspective. 

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Cover of the book Leveraging the Wisdom of the Crowd in Software Testing Leveraging the Wisdom of the Crowd: An Interview with Mukesh Sharma and Rajini Padmanaban
Podcast

Mukesh Sharma and Rajini Padmanaban of QA InfoTech sit down to talk about their upcoming book, Leveraging the Wisdom of the Crowd in Software Testing. In this interview, Mukesh and Rajini also talk about the benefits and future of crowdsource testing.

Michael Sowers discusses how software testers can communicate better How to Make an Impact on Your Testing Team: An Interview with Michael Sowers
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In this TechWell interview, Michael Sowers digs into his rich experience in the industry, giving people tips for how to effectively communicate with higher-ups and how to make an impact in the testing process. He also discusses how best to become a trusted member of a team.

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Process improvement specialist Deborah Kennedy The Ethics of Metrics: An Interview with Deborah Kennedy
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In this interview, Deborah Kennedy talks about her upcoming presentation at STARWEST 2014, the importance of using data wisely, why executive messaging is more important than people acknowledge it for, and the psychology behind the small things when it comes to metrics.

Mike Duskis discusses testers as communicators Quality Police or Quality Communicator?: An Interview with Mike Duskis
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In this interview, Mike Duskis, QA manager for 10-4 Systems, talks about his upcoming presentation at STARWEST 2014, his thoughts on the roles of testers as communicators, and his younger days of hacking video games and holding various roles in the tech industry.

David Oddis talks about defect analysis and test management Defect Analysis and Managing Testing in Multiple SDLCs: An Interview with David Oddis
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David Oddis talks about the importance of having an effective defect analysis process, as well as insight on how to manage testing across various SDLCs and the challenges it could present for teams. He also shares his opinions on today's hot topics.

Jeff Nielsen talks about the importance of trust in agile The Importance of Trust in Agile: An Interview with Jeff Nielsen
Podcast

In this interview, Jeff Nielsen, the senior vice president of engineering at 3Pillar Global, tells us about the key qualities of an effective agile team, the importance of trust in agile teams and how to establish it, and even some of the hot topics of programming today.

Alex Papadimoulis talks about his agile card game, Release! Make Agile Fun Again with Release!: An Interview with Alex Papadimoulis
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Alex Papadimoulis, the creator of Release!, an agile-based card game, sat down to talk about how gaming can strengthen a company's work culture and bring teams together, how Release! features industry practitioners and thought leaders, and the best conference swag he has ever gotten. 

Ray Potter talks about wearable tech security Security, Smart Devices, and Industry Trends: An Interview with Ray Potter
Podcast

Ray Potter, CEO and founder of SafeLogic, sat down with Jonathan Vanian to talk about how 2014 is the year of encryption, what the future is for security on wearable tech, the issue of security not being at the forefront of software development, and his time at SafeLogic.

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Michael Vizdos talks about innivation games, collaboration, and agile testing Solving Real Problems through Collaborative Innovation Games: An Interview with Michael Vizdos
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Michael Vizdos shares his experiences with innovation games, collaboration exercises that dramatically improve the way people work together. Plus, Michael shares his perspective on what the agile and waterfall methods mean to the new generation of testers.

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