About this Case Study
Agile transformation is challenging, especially for testers accustomed to working in silos. As a lone tester on a team, it’s difficult to find the time to learn new methodologies and incorporate them as part of your process.
An agile approach can bring several benefits, like the faster delivery of new features, but it’s not always obvious what a tester should do to be a part of this change. This session covers my successes, failures and lessons learned transitioning to agile.
About the Speaker
Parveen Khan is a senior test engineer at Progressive Content, who has worked on various websites, apps and products. She is very passionate about testing and always tries to learn something new to improve her skills and spread knowledge in the form of stories. She feels overwhelmed and satisfied when real people use applications she has tested easily and without issues.
Parveen has also been the solo QA in a start-up, started a QA process from scratch and worked on getting the value and recognition for testing where testing was never treated as integral part of the development process. She is looking forward to her next journey in the world of CI/CD pipelines, automation and testing on microservices architecture.
Apart from work, Parveen is a Super Mum of 2 lovely kids.