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Publications

The Definition of Done, revisited

TechTarget DevOpsAgenda - May 2018


Do we (still) need testers?

REA Tech Blog - April 2018


Shifting Ops to the left (too)

TechTarget DevOpsAgenda - March 2018


The testing manifesto applied to devops

TechTarget DevOpsAgenda - January 2018


When you have a separate DevOps team, you are not doing devops

TechTarget DevOpsAgenda - December 2017


Systems thinking, devops and the support pager

TechTarget DevOpsAgenda - November 2017


Lean testers bring devops and QA together

TechTarget DevOpsAgenda - October 2017


Lean QA - aka QA Ops

REA Tech Blog - July 2017


Bug Bash - The Game

REA Tech Blog - March 2017


Bug Bash - The Game

Testing Trapeze magazine - December 2016


About

Theresa Neate is a quality analyst, test consultant and now developer advocate, who loves lean and agility and advocates for holistic system quality and systems thinking.

She has recently started doing developer advocacy, underpinned by over 2 decades of testing and QA experience; the last decade spent between the ThoughtWorks consultancy stable, Australia Post’s Digital Delivery Centre and since February 2016 has been at digital media icon REA Group.

In her spare time Theresa studies a Diploma of Networking (Cloud), freelance blogs for TechTarget DevOpsAgenda, sits on their Advisory Board, and co-organises and contributes at DevOps Girls.

She’s a lifelong and eternally curious sceptic and learner.

You can also find Theresa on Twitter.