It’s been a busy 2 weeks. As I wrote on my previous post I had a good time in Bilbao in QA&Test and got some nice inspiration from a number of talks in there. Last week (yes, I was home for less than 36 hours) I had the chance to attend Agile Testing Days in […]
Author Archive | Joel Montvelisky
Whenever I realize I made a wrong decision I will not think twice before moving in a new direction. But this, in my opinion, a good thing and here is why…
If you are measuring the number of tests you run, or the length of your regression automated suite, then you are not really measuring the value you need to provide to your organization with your work. Here is a brief explanation of the mistake many of us make, and how can we correct it in […]
When we test, the idea is not to find all the issues, we only need to focus on those issues that will affect our users. The question of “If a tree falls on an empty forest, does it make a sound?” is simple in the context of testing… If there is a bug that no […]
The State of Testing Report for 2019 is out! It is really exciting to announce that we are releasing the State of Testing Report for 2019, with great information about where the community is investing our testing efforts, how are we testing (same vs different), what are our current challenges, and where are we headed […]
Testing is not what it used to be, and changes are happening faster than ever before. As testers we need to understand that the only certainty now is the need for constant evolution.