Rapid Software Testing with Michael Bolton

Michael Bolton is coming to New Zealand in October to run Rapid Software Testing for Managers and Rapid Software Testing for Programmers.

This unique three day course introduces you to Rapid Software Testing, the skill of testing any software, any time, under any conditions, such that your work stands up to scrutiny. Based on the ideas of James Bach, Michael Bolton, and Cem Kaner, with substantial contributions by other members of the Context-Driven School of software testing, this is the closest thing in the business to a martial art of software testing.

Because we emphasize exercises, it is challenging for experienced testers, but works for new testers, too. This course provides hands-on demonstrations and drills as well as portable heuristics that help you create tests quickly.

Date: 10-12 October, 2016

Location: Novotel, Christchurch

Cost: $2,400 excl GST

Register here

“Recently I finished a three day training course on Rapid Software Testing with Michael Bolton in London UK. This course was very effective and had elements related to learning, questioning and thinking all along. It reinforced my belief that testing is not a ‘phase’ performed towards the end or a ‘100% automated suite’ as claimed by many Agile shops. Software testing is much more than that and it is extremely important for the successful delivery of any project… Overall this training and all the discussions we had during the course was an amazing experience. I would highly recommend this training to anyone interested in learning rapid software testing.”
Anand Ramdeo, London, UK

“I thoroughly enjoyed your class on Rapid Software Testing. The more time I have to think about the class the more I find value in it. It has really changed my approach and ideologies around testing. The only thing left now is to get everyone in my office on the same page… Before I thought testing was just a stepping stone to move into development but now that I have more of an appreciation for testers, I think I’m going to stick with it and try to get others to realize how important testers are to software development.”
James Swanson, Minneapolis, MN

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