About the Book
Learn practical insights on how testability can help bring teams together to observe, control and understand the systems they build, enabling them to better meet customer needs, and achieve a transparent level of quality and predictability of delivery.
The Team Guide to Software Testability is the third guidebook in the collection from Conflux Books.
The ‘Team Guide’ collection is designed to help teams building and running software systems to be as effective as possible. Guides are curated by experienced practitioners and emphasise the need for collaboration and learning, with the team at the centre.
About the Authors
Ash Winter is a continuously learning tester with a penchant for getting involved in all aspects of developing people, products and organisations. His career spans consultancy, veteran of various engagements encompassing testing, performance engineering and automation, being a team member delivering mobile apps and web services or a leader of teams and change. He also coaches, blogs and speaks at tech meetups, across many disciplines. Quite busy but always has time for a question, usually answered with another question.
I'm Rob Meaney a tester that loves tough testing and software delivery problems. I work with teams to help improve the quality of their software products and processes while also having fun. Although I enjoy learning about software delivery in general I'm particularly interested in Quality Engineering, Test Coaching, Testability, and Testing in Production.
Currently, I'm working as Head of Testing & Test Coach for Poppulo in Cork, Ireland. I'm an active member of the online testing community and co-founder of Ministry of Test Cork.
Previously I've has held positions as Test Manager, Automation Architect and Test Engineer with companies of varying sizes, from large multinationals like Intel, Ericsson & EMC to early-stage startups like Trustev. I've worked in diverse areas from highly regulated industries like safety automation & fraud detection to dynamic, exciting industries like gaming.