Innovation is first and foremost the solutions to problems or needs that a customer or user has. Design sprints are a procedure for rapid, systematic, user-centric idea generation, prototyping and customer-validated testing of tomorrow's products and services.
Being agile is the ability to react quickly and successfully to change. Following agile principles means planning and working in iterative sprints in a team-oriented way. Fast, exploratory testing, reliable test automation (at unit, integration and system test level) and continuous integration are keywords for agile software testing.
Systematic software testing helps to find and fix bugs and to check the quality of the IT and software systems used at an early stage. Through the methodical ISTQB approach, you test software releases quickly, economically and reliably - whether for software-controlled machines, systems or vehicles.
Requirements engineering, also called requirements analysis, defines the requirements for the software system to be developed (standardised according to IREB). Eliciting, documenting, reviewing, validating and maintaining the requirements is intended to create a uniform understanding between all project participants.
We also offer our training courses as in-house service at your company’s premises.
Together with you we create your training plan tailored to your needs! What is the level of knowledge in your team or across several teams? In which area of knowledge do you need to catch up? And if we know the content of the training topics you need to cover, then we will look for formal possibilities. Whether open training or in-house, whether online or on-site.
We also offer our training courses as an in-house service at your company. No matter if it is an open seminar with participants from different companies, if it is in-house with your own colleagues, if it is standardized with a certification exam or customized for your own professional practice - we are happy to advise you and arrange the right training for everyone on a variety of topics related to design thinking, programming, agile methods, requirements and software testing.
Some things are simple in theory, but do not run smoothly in practice. Sometimes individual explanations are needed, sometimes a few dry runs in a protected atmosphere and sometimes simply the exchange of individual experiences from everyday work with an experienced coach. Around such topics trendig has developed the practical seminar series Techtalk: Small exercises and tasks around a specific topic, where participants can practice and exchange ideas with each other. The trainer gives tips and hints from his own practice to solve challenges.