Atomic Talk Title: How YOU doin
How do we support one another with mental and physical health during a pandemic? What if we at least ask one another how we are doing and actually listen to the response? We could make work much better by caring for each other. If you act as a rubber duck, you can help without risking making them worse.
- Ask how are you doing.
- Listen to the answer.
- Be better than a rubber duck.
- Test your benefits and incrementally improve them.
Customer focused technical program manager and coder with extensive testing experience. Passionate about growing women in coding and other areas of tech. Her strategy is to use proven and practical methodologies that help teams implement a balanced whole team approach to quality.
She enjoys contributing her expertise to an agile team that is dedicated to learning quickly using collaboration. She prefers working iteratively and closely with other people, in person when possible. If it adds value for end users, let’s get started! She thrives in a team centric environment where asking questions is considered a positive. Helping people is motivating and rewarding.
When presenting at agile and lean conferences, central themes are making software development more collaborative and working across disciplines. Passionate about improving the end user experience while also simplifying the software development