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Context-Driven Testing at a Crossroads (James Bach’s Blog)

On February 29, 2012, in Syndicated, by admin
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Cem Kaner, who controls www.context-driven-testing.com, has announced an interesting change in his view of the Context-Driven School. He says he prefers to think of it in terms of the Context-Driven approach, not a school of thought. This is a significant change from his original view, which was that CDT is a different paradigm. That means [...]

On Metrics & Myths or Your Facts are From the Land of Make Believe (Rhythm of Testing)

On February 29, 2012, in Syndicated, by admin
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Its been a quiet week in Lake… Oh wait.  I’m not a famous radio personality with a show centered on a town that does not exist.  I’m a tester.Sometimes though, I feel less like someone from Lake Wobegon, MN and closer to someone from Brigad…

Where Has Pete Been, or Time Flies When You’re… really busy (Rhythm of Testing)

On February 29, 2012, in Syndicated, by admin
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I can not believe so much time has passed since my last blog post.  OVER A MONTH!  I have several in the works and will be posting one shortly after this – I promise.  Since the last update, I’ve been crazy busy at the day-job.  I s…

Book Review: Technical Blogging (TESTHEAD)

On February 29, 2012, in Syndicated, by admin
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I figured, what better way to celebrate my 500th TESTHEAD post than with a book review about a book dedicated to blogging!Blogs exist for just about every conceivable nice you can think of. For that matter, blogs have exploded in so many different dire…

Lessons Learned from Context-driven testing (Markus Gärtner)

On February 29, 2012, in Syndicated, by admin
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There has been some fluff and rumor around context-driven testing yesterday. Some folks even talked about the death of context-driven testing. Most of it was issued by the about page from Cem Kaner. If you haven’t read it yet, go … Continue reading

The Humor in the Situation (TESTHEAD)

On February 29, 2012, in Syndicated, by admin
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Every once in awhile, I like to go back to my old blog, which has admittedly fallen very fallow since I started TESTHEAD, and see what I wrote way back when. Some of it is of a personal nature, and some of it doesn’t really belong on TESTHEAD, but ever…

On a Hiding to Nothing (Hiccupps)

On February 29, 2012, in Syndicated, by admin
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Is it a bug when you’re offered the chance to see something similar to nothing and, when you take it, nothing is displayed?Or is it a bug to be offering the chance in the first place?Image: http://flic.kr/p/5WvWMF

Standing Up to "Stop Stealing Dreams" (TESTHEAD)

On February 28, 2012, in Syndicated, by admin
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Seth Godin is at it again.In 2010, Seth wrote the book that had a galvanizing effect on both my goals as a tester and my trajectory with my career in general, but he also touched upon many of the aspects of education that I was frustrated with. As we a…

Tester Interdependence (Exploring Uncertainty)

On February 28, 2012, in Syndicated, by admin
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 ”Send three and four pence, we’re going to a dance”. -apocryphal message received from the front lines during WWI. Tester independence is commonly cited as an essential principal in software testing. It serves two purposes: Avoid conflicts of interest. We all … Continue reading

In Support of Context-driven Principles (TESTHEAD)

On February 28, 2012, in Syndicated, by admin
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There’s been a lot of talk about varying “schools of thought” as of late, and this seems to have touched a few nerves today with an announcement made by Cem Kaner regarding the Context-driven School of software testing.This announcement has caused a bu…

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