In my family we have a tradition, every Spring we systematically go over all the house cleaning, organizing and mostly getting rid of all the things that we don’t need anymore.n When was the last time you did something similar to your test cases and the rest of your testware?
If you would need to choose a motto for the testing profession and all the testers worldwide, regardless of the company or applications they work with, what would it be? For me this motto would be “To Protect and Serve”!
Following up on my last blog about “Stop making testing complicated” I wanted to share 5 simple tips that will help you make your testing simpler and more efficient. These ideas are easy to apply, straightforward and can be used on most testing or development projects.
One of the things that differentiates between a professional and a non-professional is the way in which the first makes the things she does seem elegant and easy to do. Testing can also be made easy and elegant, but for a number of reasons some testers make a conscious effort to make their work seem complicated, harming the testing community along the way…
Agile Testing is not really a methodology but an approach to managing the process and the approach of your testing team. As such, you can use it regardless of, or even in accordance with, any methodology used by your company to manage their overall project. Read this post to understand why every tester should actually be an Agile Tester!
After getting good and important feedback on the post I did a couple of weeks ago around Manual & Automatic Testing I decided to write a summary with the additional inputs and challenges I got from the field.
I also added some of the ides and points to be taken into account in order to successfully coordinate your manual and automated testing efforts.
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- 10 reasons why You are NOT a Professional Tester! — Part 1 November 28, 2011
- Manual and automated tests together are challenging May 16, 2011
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