Matt Heusser is the principal consultant at Excelon Development, where he recruits, trains and does software testing and development. The initial lead organizer of the Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference (now in its 6th year), and lead editor of "How to Reduce the Cost of Software Testing," Matt is also a contributing editor for STQA Magazine and sits on the board of directors for the Association for Software Testing. Matt went independent in 2011, shortly after finishing a two-year stint as a part-time instructor in Information Systems at Calvin College. You can learn more about Matt on his blog.
Blog: Creative Chaos
Areas of expertise: Software Testing; Agile Software Development; Risk Management and Software Project Management; Using tools to assist and automate the test process; Writing, Speaking, Training, and Personal and Professional Development.
Contributions from Matt Heusser
- Do central test teams aid or disrupt Agile methods?
- How should a tester deal with anonymous feedback?
- Is there a good objective measure for user experience?
- Is tracking preproduction defects important?
- Are negative comments bad for the Agile retrospective?
- What is a test charter and how do you create one?
- Present better test reports in software testing
- For performance testing projects, what are the best metrics?
- Mobile testing tutorial for mobile Web development projects
- An iOS testing tutorial for iPhone app developers
- Android testing tutorial for mobile app developers
- Getting started with APM and Method-R
- Test metrics that stand up to scrutiny
- FitNesse testing vs. Selenium testing: Which to use and when
- Mobile app requirements: Same process, new challenges
- Just enough project portfolio management
- Moving to ALM with cloud tools
- Three primary Agile development principles
- Software development best practice: Threat modeling
- Software lifecycle: Defining just-in-time requirements