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Tina the Test Toucan Visits the #CAST2016 Venue

On April 24, 2016, in #engagedmembership, CAST 2016, Tina_Toucan, by eproegler
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Hello! I know some of you have seen me around, but I’d like to take the chance to introduce myself. I am a newer member of AST, who not very long ago had context blinders removed, revealing what software testing can be. I’ll never go back to prescriptive process! Because I love an adventure, the AST Board […]

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AST Webinar: How Ignorant are We? 5 Orders of Ignorance and Testing with Dan Ashby

On April 30, 2016, in #engagedmembership, Events, General, News, Newsletter, by alemoreira
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The next AST Webinar is coming up on May 24. Dan Ashby is going to talk about The 5 Orders of Ignorance as it relates to Software Testing. Places are limited, so register today! We will post a video of the Webinar shortly after. Webinar Description The relationship between The 5 Orders of Ignorance and […]

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How to tie your shoes? (zagorski software tester)

On April 30, 2016, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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TL;DR In this blog post I would like to share my excitement how I improved…

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Grants vs. Sponsorship – How it Works

On April 30, 2016, in #engagedmembership, General, News, Newsletter, by eproegler
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Since the AST has started to sponsor other conferences and events, a couple of members had questions as to how this all works and how we distinguish between the different activities. As for now, we have three different ways where money flows in some capacity, according to our mission. Here is how we distinguish between […]

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Your Testing is a Joke (Hiccupps)

On April 28, 2016, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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My second eBook has just been released! It’s called Your Testing is a Joke and it’s a slight edit of the piece that won the Best Paper prize at EuroSTAR 2015. Here’s the blurb:

Edward de Bono, in his Lateral Thinking books, makes a strong connection between humour and creativity. Creativity is key to testing, but jokes? Well, the punchline for a joke could be a violation of some expectation, the exposure of some ambiguity, an observation that no one else has made, or just making a surprising connection. Jokes can make you think and then laugh. But they (Read more...)

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Your Testing is a Joke (Hiccupps)

On April 28, 2016, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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My second eBook has just been released! It’s called Your Testing is a Joke and it’s a slight edit of the piece that won the Best Paper prize at EuroSTAR 2015. Here’s the blurb:

Edward de Bono, in his Lateral Thinking books, makes a strong connection between humour and creativity. Creativity is key to testing, but jokes? Well, the punchline for a joke could be a violation of some expectation, the exposure of some ambiguity, an observation that no one else has made, or just making a surprising connection. Jokes can make you think and then laugh. But they (Read more...)

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Weekend Testing Europe 67 Experience: Heuristics In Testing (Assert.This)

On April 27, 2016, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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This week I decided to go international and participated in my first Weekend Testing Europe session. It’s not region locked or anything, the sessions offered by the Weekend Testing Americas I’ve attended have all had an international cast of characters as well. Mostly it offers people more convenient times, although I have had my curiosity … [Read more…]

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Software testing is not … part 2. (Mr.Slavchev())

On April 25, 2016, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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Software testing is not … part 1. I am moving towards next couple of branches from the mind map that I posted in first post of the series of “Software testing is not…”. You can find the mind map following the link up here. Software testing is not … quality assurance. I wrote about it […]

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Alternative flow in my neighborhood store (zagorski software tester)

On April 23, 2016, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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TL;DR In this post I will explain how I tested alternative business flow in my…

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Cambridge Lean Coffee (Hiccupps)

On April 21, 2016, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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We hosted this month’s Lean Coffee at Linguamatics. Here’s some brief, aggregated comments on topics covered by the group I was in.It is fair to refer to testers as “QA”?One test manager talked about how he has renamed his test team as the QA teamHe ha…

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