There is an on-going discussion in the World of Testing around whether a tester should be more or less technical in his work… (and this is without even asking if we should call someone technical or not!) The truth is that I believe testers SHOULD be technical, and that there is a marked added value […]
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Being a professional tester is not a goal but a continuous journey. If you are a professional tester you are probably naturally curious, and if you enjoy your job then you probably make an effort to learn more, improve and progress. This won’t be the first blog post where I advocate the importance of continuous learning and […]
As you surely noticed, early in the year we published together with TeaTime with Testers the first State of Testing Survey report, showing some interesting information about the current state of our testing community and raising additional questions about where are we heading as a profession. We are now honored to have two world renowned testing […]
For the first time ever on a global scale a State of Testing survey was conducted to get a snapshot of the current state of the testing community, it’s members profiles, professional challenges and work practices worldwide. PractiTest in cooperation with Tea Time with Testers came up with the State of Testing survey with the intention to […]
The lines that separate between developers and testers are getting blurred, and this is changing the way testers work and the responsibility we have within our organizations. How is this trend going to affect our future is still an open question but it is definitely going to have an effect. Is this happening in your […]
My 4th interview in the “Five Testing Questions” series is with Scott Barber, one of the most pragmatic and value-oriented testing professionals I know. I really recommend everyone reads and shares this interview as it provides some very concrete and down-to-earth views on the objective, positioning and the overall value of testing in today’s world.