Communication is key to understanding. Understanding the needs of everyone involved in a project from the design, development, delivery and beyond to the users is critical to success. But when we are working remotely, in different time zones, or even different rooms, how to we help make sure that everyone understands what the other teams means when they talk about quality? Eva Holmquist talks with Andrew Fullen about how the test manager has become a key player in translating the different understandings between teams.
About Eva Holmquist
Eva Holmquist has more than twenty-eight years of professional IT experience, working as a programmer, project manager and at every level of the testing hierarchy from a tester through test manager. She has also worked with test process improvements and in test education as a teacher and with the development of courses including a Swedish ISTQB Foundation certification course. Author of the book ”Praktisk mjukvarutestning” (Software Testing in Practice) as well as science fiction and fantasy novels. Eva works as a Senior Test Specialist at Sogeti helping clients improve their testing practices using her broad experience in system development, process improvements, and education. She is a frequent speaker and has during the last year held presentations about agile testing, DevOps and quality assurance, cognitive quality assurance and bias in artificial intelligence.
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