How We Built Testability with Psychological Safety [External post]

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Ben Linders recently interviewed me for my talk at AgileTD on how we failed at testability. That resulted in this InfoQ post about how to build in testability you need developers and testers to collaborate. But to be able to do that, you need psychological safety  

Testability can enable teams to make changes to their code bases without requiring extensive regression testing. To build testability, team members must collaborate and leverage each other’s unique skills. Unfortunately, effective collaboration does not come naturally to people and therefore needs leadership to nurture people’s ability to speak up and share their knowledge. 

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