Looking for a New Project

Exciting times: It’s time to find a new project!

What I’m looking for is a role as a software tester in a team that really strives to improve on agile techniques in both, testing and programming. I’m interested in learning more about DevOps, continuous delivery and automation, including but not limited to test automation.

What I’d prefer is a project, that allows — or expects — remote work. Travelling in Northern Germany or Denmark every other week is fine.

Technically, a project using Ruby and/or Rails would be fantastic. In case the team is working on steps to also use Elixir, that would be a bonus.

A caveat: My availability in November is limited, due to a keynote I’ll give at the Agile Testing Days.

More about my previous work is available over at ‘work with me‘ as well as on my Xing profile.

Announcement: Workshop & ebook: “Fast Feedback Using Ruby”

At the “London Tester Gathering Workshops 2015” (also see #LTGWorkshops on Twitter) I offer a workshop “Fast Feedback Loops & Fun with Ruby”. For this, I wanted to give attendees a handout, to make applying the stuff covered easier and it was planned to be a list of brief recipes.
Suffice to say that the handout grew (and it’s entirely possible that this is ‘feature creep’ in action). In fact, it grew to the point that I decided to turn it into an ebook. The book is not done yet, there’s some copy editing to do.

Fast Feedback Using Ruby

In any case: There will be an ebook, and it will be available on LeanPub at https://leanpub.com/fastfeedbackusingruby/. If you’re interested, please leave a note on the book’s pages.

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