I had a great batch of interesting items lined up and then laptop had an odd shutdown (driver issue) and Firefox couldn’t reopen my state from that day. So much great stuff has been lost. So sad.
This week I lead off with Ilja Preuss’s “The Aha-Experience Exercise” – this an exercise helps attendees highlight continuously review their training and share with each other what is working. The best part I saw Ilja mention this on twitter. I asked for details and week later I have this blog post. Ilja thanks.
Being late to the party I missed Dale Emery’s “Writing Maintainable Automated Acceptance Tests” last year when it first came out (examples in Robot Framework). Uncle Bob replied with a version for FitNesse.
Finally George Dinwiddie reminds us that you really can’t get “100% utilization” (or even close) out of your software developers.
Next week I intend to write a short piece on acceptance testing.