About

Dan Billing
Frome, Somerset, UK

Bio: I'm a software test engineer of 16 years, currently working at Medidata. I love testing, and all its wondrous variety. I like to help others become better testers by attending events, speaking, blogging and giving training. Most of my current work focuses on testing strategy across the whole of the clinical trials suite that we build. This includes any kind of testing, from UI, API, performance, security, mobile etc. Whatever needs to happen. I'm also building on the training, coaching and learning I've picked up elsewhere, and bringing that into my new team. I enjoy running workshops and speaking, especially in the technical testing and security space; and to a lesser extent the psychology of what testers do. Hopefully, It'll make me a better tester too!

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  3. Dear Dan,

    I am Salmiza Saul Hamid, from University of Malaya, Malaysia.

    I humbly would like to invite you to participate in a research study on attitudes that representing agility. I discover that humanity and professionalism (HP) as the attributes representing true leadership attitude as well as agility.

    I’m in my final year and this research will serve as my MA dissertation.
    Your humble opinion will be of much help to me.

    It would be a great help if you could share this survey with other agile practitioners.

    Here is the link:
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VMBMRW6

    Please be informed that all information given will be strictly treated as confidential and will be used for research purpose only.

    Thank you.

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