So, something relatively unique happened last week. As usual, people were talking about testing on the JoelOnSoftware discussion list, and I recommended the context driven school.
One of the posters, Gene Wirchenko, thanked me.
No, that wasn't the unique thing. Sheesh.
What was odd was that he said:
"Matthew, thank you for an excellent link. I particularly liked the link in it to interest analysis."
Interest analysis? Interest Analysis? I had no idea what the guy was talking about.
It turns out that the context-driven definition has been supplemented; there is all kinds of new material. It does into more depth and more explanation. It's even better.
And yes, there is a link to a video about how to conduct a stakeholder interest exercise - you have to scroll down to see it. You might want to check it out again, for the first time.
Schedule and Events
March 26-29, 2012, Software Test Professionals Conference, New Orleans
July, 14-15, 2012 - Test Coach Camp, San Jose, California
July, 16-18, 2012 - Conference for the Association for Software Testing (CAST 2012), San Jose, California
August 2012+ - At Liberty; available. Contact me by email: Matt.Heusser@gmail.com