Testing can sometimes be a lonely job. Testing can sometimes be a hard job. Testing can sometimes be an unpopular job. Testing can sometimes seem like a side job. Testing can sometimes feel like an irrelevant job. Testing can sometimes sound like a boring job. Testing can sometimes be portrayed as a job with no […]
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 […]
Many years ago, before leaving Costa Rica for Israel, a friend gave me a postcard that read: “Everyone you meet knows something you don’t know but need to know. Learn from them.” Back then I didn’t know who Carl Jung was (hint – the sentences above was not his biggest achievement), but the phrase stuck […]
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 […]
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!
Good testing requires skills, concentration, knowledge, even a bit of luck. I wrote some time back about I always try to work while being in my Testing Zone and I think this is one of the most important ways of improving your testing, especially in this age of open spaces and noisy environments. But just like […]