What I learned at Testival #34 meetup

Reading Time: 3 minutesTL;DR This post is report on Testival #34 meetup. Sponsor of this meetup was again Degordian as Degordian provided meetup space, food and drinks! Many thanks to Degordian folks. There were 20 attendants, not all of them software …

On The Wisdom Of Testing

To celebrate its 25th anniversary, EuroSTAR asked 25 testers who have played a big part in its history for a “top tip or piece of advice” that has returned value to them across their career and compiled the answers into a short (in length and height) p…

The State I Am In

As testers we’ll generate, compile, inspect, manipulate, and synthesise data on a regular basis. We do this because it helps us to understand a system, to hypothesise about its behaviour, and to support conclusions that we might draw about it and repor…

Geek Crush: Star Trek Continues

One of my goals for 2018 is to write about more stuff that interests me and that helps inform what I do day to day. Yes, TESTHEAD is primarily about software testing, but often there is a lot of stimuli that feeds into how I think about testing, and a …

Tester context switch using art exhibition

Reading Time: 2 minutesTL;DR This post contains my tester notes about art exhibition. Exhibition contains masterpieces from the collection of the Maeght Foundation. I am writing this post using latest Firefox because it has been already patched for Mel…