Maaret Pyhäjärvi on the “always one more thing to add” anti-pattern

What drives a team to succeed or fail in delivering value every single sprint is hard to define. But there are common anti-patterns we can look for and learn from. In this episode Maaret explains her experience with the “always one more thing to add” anti-pattern and how you may be able to get out of that cycle.

About Maaret Pyhäjärvi

Maaret is th"style=float:left;margin:e MIATPP or Most Influential Agile Testing Professional Person for 2016, recently selected at Agile Testing Days in Potsdam. Maaret Pyhäjärvi defines herself as an empirical technologist, a tester and a non-programming programmer, a catalyst for team improvement.

She is also a conference and community organizer. As software professional with a testing emphasis, her work is coaching herself and others in breaking illusions with empirical feedback. She works as “just a tester” in product companies, believing no one is “just anything” as long as we try to stretch our skills.

She is also an international speaker, and her themes revolve around exploratory testing mindset and skills applied throughout product development. Maaret is a serial volunteer for different non-profits driving forward the state of software development. She is the head organizer of European Testing Conference aiming to change the world of conferences.

You can link with Maaret Pyhäjärvi on LinkedIn and connect with Maaret Pyhäjärvi on Twitter.

Maaret mentions the European Testing Conference she is organizing, you can learn more at:

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