The 21st of August 2015 a group of Agile testing experts came together in the second edition of the BAT-NL peer conference. The theme for this edition was “Hands-on” and all attendees had prepared at least one topic.
After a round of pitching and voting idea’s, the top two topics that stood out were an introduction to Serenity, suggested by Kishen Simbhoedatpanday and an investigation of DaSpec suggested by Johan Vink. We decided to split up in groups and do a shootout of both tools.
Here’s my report on DaSpec, decide for yourself.
During the planning session on the first day of the BAT conference a program for day two had emerged, a full day of presentations and interaction. The format for our conference involves presentations followed by a period of “open season” a structured (facilitated) discussion. I’ve attempted to make a summary of the presentations and I’ve tried to capture some of the takeaways I got out of it.
Friday the 19th of December together with 12 valued colleagues I attended the first BAT meeting in the Netherlands. A peer conference for agile testers. The topic was “Your Passion”. All participants had prepared an experience report, somehow related to that topic. The Friday evening was mostly intended for setting the intention for the conference and delivering the schedule for Saturdays sessions.