Bug Hunting Bug Hunting is common practice for many testing organizations worldwide, yet some test managers wrongly feel they go Hunting when their testers informally play with the application in order to find “border-case defects”. What are bug hunts? and what are they not… Bug Hunts are Informal Testing exercises; this should not be mistaken […]
The Largest Worldwide Testing Survey Will Strike Again The State of Testing™ survey, conducted annually in collaboration with TeaTime with Testers, is about to go live! Last year was very successful with over 1,500 participants, and with your help, we hope this year’s survey will be even bigger by reaching as many testers as we can […]
Stoicism and Epicureanism are two schools of philosophy that were founded in Ancient Greece thousands of years ago. Andy Zaltsman is a comedian in the UK from our common era. What can we learn about testing from combining them together???
I Love Testing Conferences! Testing Conferences open your mind to new techniques, you learning about new tools, get to know other testers, and the overall feeling of being part of something bigger & better… Ever since I attended my first StarEast, some 16+ years ago, I love going to testing conferences! Since then I’ve attended a […]
Last week I got back from the QA&Test 2017 conference in Bilbao. When I attend a conference, I always get back to the office with a new pack of energy and ready to take on The World with my work, knowing that we are all part of a bigger group of testing professionals, with […]
*The following is a guest post by Brendan Connolly, SDET at Agilysys. The opinions stated in this post are his own. Testers, even when embedded on teams, end up being outsiders. Their value is derived from, maintained by, and is continually put at risk by this status. In the early days of software development there was […]