Tips to Improve Collaboration Between Testers and Developers with Franziska Sauerwein & Maaret Pyhäjärvi
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19th December 2017

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Description:

The history of testers and developers working together is a bumpy road. Throughout the evolution of software development, testers have struggled to be treated as equals and developers have lacked the understanding of why they should care. Yet some teams do it well - both roles have a good experience and the resulting software benefits from the different perspectives. In this talk, we share some practical tips on how to improve this in your team.