The following is a guest post by Lisa Crispin – Lisa was voted by her peers as the Most Influential Agile Testing Professional Person at Agile Testing Days in 2012. She is a testing advocate working at mabl to explore leading practices in testing in the software community. (More about the author below) I’ve […]
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testing an application used by people from many countries and backgrounds Funny thing happened on the way to this podcast, I suggested the topic given that we are introducing PT to Japan and seeing how the cultural differences are big between the Japanese market and the rest of the world. And when I suggested it, […]
Exploratory Testing – Why, what and when? Unless you have been stuck under a rock for the last 15 years, and even if you have been stuck under a rock testing, then we are sure you have been doing some sort of Exploratory Testing as part of your work. We all do ET, but we […]
The world is now a Global Village, and this is bringing many good things, but also quite a lot of challenges.
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 […]