Context Above All

The other night I attended We Need To Talk About Testing, a panel discussion featuring Cassandra Leung, Alaine Miller, Richard Bradshaw, and Rob Meaney, hosted by Codecraft. With an audience of software crafters rather than testers…

If you think time management could be a myth, read this…

I was having a hard time in the first year of high school. I was so uninterested that some of my teachers who only knew my first year were about to have a syncope attack when they learned that I did so well in the university entrance exam to be accepted by the best medical …

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Fix The Right Bugs

 Earlier this year I did the Black Box Software Testing course in Bug Advocacy with the Association for Software Testing, and loved it.That and other BBST courses are run in collaboration by both AST and Altom, and four members of the Altom team (…

But It Does Depend

The Association for Software Testing is crowd-sourcing a book, Navigating the World as a Context-Driven Tester, which aims to provide responses to common questions and statements about testing from a context-driven perspective. It’s being edited by Lee…

How good are we in testing? Can we measure that?

This week we undertook medical quality testing for a client of ours. Although we were very pleased with the job we do, I had this thought – whether/how we can quantify the work we did. A general question would be “Can you quantify how good you are at anything you do?” Let’s take football. How …

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