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Learning and Teaching and Leading (Rhythm of Testing)

On August 30, 2010, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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One thing I learned early on when teaching drumming students, particularly beginners, is that the person who learns the most is often the teacher.It never seems to matter whether the lesson is an individual or group lesson, focused on one style or gene…

Sheep of a different fold (Creative Chaos)

On August 30, 2010, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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For a few years now I’ve been listening and reading to the work Mary Poppendeick has produced with increasing appreciation. Then last year I had the opportunity to interview Mary and Tom for InformIT, as part of InformIT’s coverage of the Agile 2009,…

Music, or Testerman’s Ramble (Rhythm of Testing)

On August 29, 2010, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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At one point in my life I played in a band that performed a variety of Irish traditional and folk music.  We also played a fair amount of Scottish traditional and folk as well, however, it seems if you play or sing a single Irish song, you ar…

64 bit Debian Testing on a low power desktop machine (Mark Waite)

On August 28, 2010, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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I’ve been experimenting with a cheap, low power, quiet computer running the 64 bit Debian testing distribution (“Squeeze”). The experience has included delights, several positives and some negatives.
Delights:Fanless Intel Atom D510 processor and moth…

64 bit Debian Testing on a low power desktop machine (Mark Waite)

On August 28, 2010, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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I’ve been experimenting with a cheap, low power, quiet computer running the 64 bit Debian testing distribution (“Squeeze”). The experience has included delights, several positives and some negatives.
Delights:Fanless Intel Atom D510 processor and moth…

64 bit Debian Testing on a low power desktop machine (Mark Waite)

On August 28, 2010, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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I’ve been experimenting with a cheap, low power, quiet computer running the 64 bit Debian testing distribution (“Squeeze”). The experience has included delights, several positives and some negatives.Delights:Fanless Intel Atom D510 processor and mothe…

A New Thread (Tested)

On August 26, 2010, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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(Mirrored from http://www.quardev.com/blog/2010-08-26-551545950) Some of you know me and my brother James as exploratory testing practitioners. You also know us as firmly aligned with the principles of the Context-Driven School. But sometimes we’re more known for being the guys who created Session-Based Test Management to solve the problem of how to manage and report effort […]

Introducing Thread-Based Test Management (James Bach’s Blog)

On August 26, 2010, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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Most of the testing world is managed around artifacts: test cases, test documents, bug reports. If you look at any “test management” tool, you’ll see that the artifact-based approach permeates it. “Test” for many people is a noun.
For me test is a verb. Testing is something that I do, not so much something that I […]

BBST vs. RST (+1 Testing)

On August 26, 2010, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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How do ASTs Black Box Software Testing Foundations course compare to the Rapid Software Testing course by James Bach? My view…

uTest Interview (Quality Frog - Questioning Software)

On August 25, 2010, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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uTest invited me to be interviewed for Testing the Limits series this month.  They have graciously referred to me as “one of the most insightful and entertaining testers in the business”. Please give the interview a read.  And if you have add…

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