How many of you like being proven wrong? I am not asking you to admit this to anyone other than yourselves, right here and right now. I think most people do not like being proven wrong, and I have even seen some go to crazy lengths not to admit they were mistaken. I guess this […]
Author Archive | Joel Montvelisky
A picture tells a thousand words, right? Then imagine the stories a series of pictures could tell you? This is what we are doing with the State of Testing project (6th year running). We are surveying the professional worldwide QA community every year with the State of Testing Survey, and documenting the answers in our […]
You have little time, tons of tasks to do, and you need to understand what needs to be done. Sounds familiar? Let’s check how you can approach these situations and still get out of them alive.
One of the biggest risks even the best tester can fall for is the “Tester’s Auto-Pilot“. This is when we test automatically without noticing what we are doing – while we may think about last night’s TV show or the conversation we just had with a friend… This can become an even bigger problem if […]
2018 is (almost) done and so I took some time check what I had done during this year… It was a cool and a busy year!
Delivering an MVP is not a trivial task as we need to understand where does this Minimum stands, but assuming you managed to agree on this point, then many companies forget that the reason they are releasing an MVP is to continue gathering feedback and to develop the remaining product based on these inputs. Here […]