So what can you do differently in 2020? Our job as testers has a rhythm to it, we work in cycles much as the seasons of the year. Sometimes it’s a long process from start to finish and other times it’s quick agile sprint or even short check following a CI build. In any case it’s […]
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Bugs are an important part of the work of testers, but for some reason, we tend to take them for granted and don’t invest the proper value and thoughts to them. I am not saying they are the most important part of the process, but they are an incredibly useful output and measurement if you […]
Some tips for hiring managers and testers both seeking for the next best thing.
Back when we used to all work Waterfall or V or W Model, it was a standard part of the process to have a planning phase for each of your project stages. And for the Testing stage or stages (if you were more into V than Waterfall) we had our own document describing all the […]
Testers or Quality Assurance? Can we influence or drive quality? Should we? People can and should, but not everyone can. And some organizations do not welcome it. We can and should, but not everyone CAN right now. It’s all about communication skills – being able to articulate ideas and change. And also to the right […]
Culture is nothing more than group habit – it’s what people do every day. So in order to change a culture to one of a “quality” one, you must identify the behaviors that lead to good outcomes and encourage these throughout the organization 1% improvements I first heard about the 1% approach when I read […]