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On Testers and Code (Rhythm of Testing)

On July 27, 2014, in Syndicated, by admin
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Loads of people have weighed in on the question of testers needing to learn to code – or not.  The last several weeks have helped me develop my thoughts more clearly than they were developed before.At shops where there is a distinct “automate a bu…

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Generalize add iPhone number feature (zagorski software tester)

On July 26, 2014, in Syndicated, by admin
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Depicted generalization [source: Wikipedia]In previous post, I explained how to maximize issue. In this post I will explain why is important to generalize issue and will apply generalize mechanism on add iPhone number feature failure.Wikipedia states t…

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CAST 2014: Count Down to webCAST 2014

On July 22, 2014, in Events, News, by marketing
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A quick update about the webCAST. We are officially 3 weeks ago from the conference and preparations are in full swing for the livestream. Like last year we will be streaming keynotes, full sessions, and “CAST Live”. We will also have the tweet printer online so you can ask questions via twitter. So nothing new [...]

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Maximze add iPhone number feature (zagorski software tester)

On July 21, 2014, in Syndicated, by admin
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Spectacular Tesla Coil (Wikimedia Commons)In previous post we described how to isolate failure in bug report. Next task is to do follow up testing in order to try to demonstrate this failure in more spectacular way. We need to Maximize (RIMGEA) it…

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webCAST 2014 (Benjamin Yaroch's Blog)

On July 19, 2014, in Syndicated, by admin
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I will be at the helm again this year running the livestream for CAST 2014. It’s totally free and worth checking out! I’ll also be hosting an evening show called “CAST Live” on the 12th and 13th at the end of the conference day. Reminder: Have twitter open while you are watching so you can […]

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Stepping up as EdSig Chair for AST (tattooed tester)

On July 19, 2014, in Syndicated, by admin
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About a month ago, Michael Larsen sent me an email telling me he was planning to step away from his role as Chair of the Education Special Interest Group for AST. Michael was explaining that he had served for three years … Continue reading

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How Models Change (Developsense Blog)

On July 19, 2014, in Syndicated, by admin
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Like software products, models change as we test them, gain experience with them, find bugs in them, realize that features are missing. We see opportunities for improving them, and revise them. A product coverage outline, in Rapid Testing parlance, is an artifact (a map, or list, or table…) that identifies the dimensions or elements of […]

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Education SIG – Leadership Change

On July 16, 2014, in General, News, by marketing
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By: Michael Larsen Three years ago at this time, I took on a challenge that no one else wanted to take on. I realized that there was a lot at stake if someone didn’t [added: the AST BBST classes might cease], and thus a practitioner, with little academic experience, took over a role that Cem [...]

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A Time and a Season to all Things (TESTHEAD)

On July 16, 2014, in Syndicated, by admin
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Today I sent the following message to the members of the Education Special Interest Group of the Association for Software Testing:Hello everyone!Three years ago at this time, I took on a challenge that no one else wanted to take on. I realized that the…

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Why the RFP process doesn’t work (Blog)

On July 15, 2014, in Syndicated, by admin
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Why does an RFP process lead to increased cost? Without discussion of the many tradeoffs noted above, there’s no room for the technology team to recommend alternative methods to accomplish the end goals. Ideally, you’d like to find a team to help y…

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