Qualitative Evaluation of Software Testing

In this presentation, Michael Bolton explains how he uses interdisciplinary and exploratory methods to make sense of both the products we test and software testing itself. He explains how anthropology, which describes cultures and artifacts, can guide our testing; how investigative journalism can show us how to build a compelling testing story; and how sociology can help us understand how people interact with their tools.

Move beyond the old ways of thinking and evaluating to more qualitative, social science-based approaches. Take back new insights to help you and your team improve your testing work, develop a coherent and powerful testing story, and help your stakeholders make better project decisions.

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