Open Testing with Confluence

 I am a believer in open-notebook testing. I make my work visible to anyone who wants to look at it, while it is in progress.Why? Well, I dislike information silos, publishing keeps me thoughtful about my work and my standards high, and some…

Schools of Software Testing: Useful or Negative Influence?

On April 2014 Cem Kaner and Rex Black had a debate on stage at STPCon Spring 2014 titled “Schools of Software Testing: Useful Paradigm or Negative Influence?” about the impact of the Schools of Software Testing such as Context Driven Testing. For historical reference, the debate was transcribed: The Introduction Chairperson: Welcome to the STPCon […]

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The Future of Testing? GRRrrr!

I really enjoy lean coffee conversations. I am energised by the rapid-fire topic switches and love it when I get exposure to multiple perspectives. The time-boxed aspect of the activity is a turn-off for some, keeping things relatively shallow, b…

Cambridge Lean Coffee

This morning I was delighted to see the long-awaited return of the Cambridge Tester Meetup in the form of an online Lean Coffee!  Here’s a few aggregated notes from the conversation in the group I was in.Onboarding of testers in Covid land From th…