Leo van der Aalst is Dutch and studied chemistry, mathematics, physics and biology. However, he switched over to IT almost thirty years ago. After having gone through the classic IT path - from programmer to program manager - he became a specialist in the testing area, in which he held functions such as test manager, test advisor, research & development manager, line manager and agile coach. Leo applied his knowledge and experience in the project- and test management field during a number of international projects and consultancy trajectories (in USA, Germany, Denmark and Austria). He also likes to share his knowledge with other people by writing books and articles, and giving presentations en workshops. Leo is co-author of TMap NEXT® for result-driven testing, TMap NEXT® Business Driven Test Management, TMap® Human Driven and TMap NEXT® in scrum books. He has written many articles (e.g. ‘Software Testing as a Service - STaaS’), which can be found through his website (http://leovanderaalst.nl). Leo is past professor Software Quality at Fontys University Eindhoven in the Netherlands, a much sought-after teacher of test training and a regular speaker at national and international conferences. Leo is an accredited trainer for courses as Certified Agile Tester (CAT), ISTQB Agile-Tester and TMap Suite Test Engineer and Test Master. Besides all this, Leo is development lead of the ISTQB Foundation and Advanced Agile-Tester Syllabi - which are chaired by Rex -, member of the programme committee of the (Dutch) National Software Quality Conference, fellow of SogetiLabs and member of Capgemini Expert Connect.
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Posts by Leo van der Aalst
- Beyond I-, T-, π- and M-shaped testers, 24 Oct 2016
- Agile series: The success factors, 07 Feb 2015
- Agile series: The benefits, 05 Feb 2015
- Agile series: The pitfalls, 03 Feb 2015
- Agile series: The misconceptions, 02 Feb 2015
- Agile series: General trends, 30 Jan 2015
- Agile-Testers as the Trojan Horse in Traditional Development Projects!, 13 Jun 2014
- Use Scrum and halve the test department!, 04 Apr 2014
- Create a safety net, not a hammock!, 19 Dec 2013