Vocational Psychology is a field in which when selecting the right job for a person, psychologists search for a match between a person’s personality and the job requirements. There are a number of additional factors such as the required skills, abilities, work environment, person’s family conditions and many more. In the Testing Community […]
Do you have a hard time concentrating on your testing task with all the noise in your office or workspace? I am sharing here how a short meditation before testing is helping me to test better and to concentrate on my testing tasks.
Are you familiar with”Inside the Actors Studio“? In his program James Lipton always asks his guest Bernard Pivot’s 10 Questions to help the audience get a more personal perspective of the Actor. Out of these questions (one of which is the title of this blog post), the following two questions are the ones that always resonate with […]
We testers are always too busy running tests, and so we don’t see if there are additional things we could do in order to improve our process and to provide more value to our teams. Sometimes you need to make a hard stop and force yourself to think about the things you can do differently […]
Peripheral vision is the way you can catch stuff from the corner or your eye. In this same way, peripheral testing is how sometimes you are able to find bugs on the corners of your tests, without really looking for them. Some people are better than others in peripheral testing, but there are also things […]
Sometimes a blog posts really hits a nerve. When Joel’s whimsical blog post: “Letter to a starting tester” got a staggering amount of comments, reactions, tweets and shares, it was obvious he had stumbled upon something of interest, that should be explored further. To shortly recap, the blog post was a personal letter PractiTest‘s solution architect Joel Montvelisky […]