Being a sole tester of a company is without a doubt a big responsibility, but not every bug found after releasing the product is your responsibility.
Author Archive | Joel Montvelisky
I am a little allergic to meetings, especially those where I am not sure what value am I going to provide or get out of them. In my opinion, there are ONLY 2 reasons to be invited to a meeting…
A short letter to all my testing colleagues. We have been wrong for a long time, Quality is not about Testing.
I am not sure that everyone saying (and thinking) they work Agile are actually doing so. The definitions are less important, but the approach is, and for me the are not following the correct Agile approach in many case. Come and read why?!
Not all our testing time is spent effectively. Sometimes I find myself at the end of a testing day feeling I could have tested much better. Realising that my testing was not as “good” as it could have been if I’d done things a little differently. After analyzing my own behavior, and also based on […]
This has happened to me many times. I find myself fighting over the importance to get a bug fixed, entrenching in arguments around user behavior and customer value, and launching frontal attacks in an effort to win the battle over who is right and who is wrong. After a while, the argument that started over […]