Whether you’re a developer or a tester, the skills and experience required to get the job done have more and more overlap than ever before. Fewer organizations are hiring developers who can’t test. Fewer organizations are hiring testers who can’t write code. At the same time, we each bring unique perspectives, experiences, and attitudes toward building software. Companies that navigate this well will have happy productive teams — and those that don’t will ship poor-quality software.

Takeaways from your talk:

In this session, Chris Harbert, host of the Developers Who Test podcast, will share:

  • Why This Trend is Happening
  • What We Can Do to Navigate It
  • How To Make (or not make) This Transition
  • The Hazards of Poor Implementation
  • Building Stronger, Cross-functional Software Teams

May 14 @ 09:00
09:00 — 09:45 (45′)

Chris Harbert