By Beth Romanik
Lloyd Roden, with Lloyd Roden Consultancy, first stated the obvious to the standing-room only audience: He's a Brit. The accent gave it away.
Lloyd launched into his keynote session by talking about the negative connotations the word "survival" has. It usually means just getting by, like someone struggling to survive the winter. Instead, he wants software professionals to thrive, a word that has a much more positive influence. He wants people in the software industry to work toward creating progress in their careers, to grow, and to be happy in their jobs. He gives ten ways testers can try to truly thrive.
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STAREAST 2013 Keynote: Surviving or Thriving: Top Ten Lessons for the Professional Tester, with Lloyd Roden
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