For the first time ever on a global scale a State of Testing survey was conducted to get a snapshot of the current state of the testing community, it’s members profiles, professional challenges and work practices worldwide. PractiTest in cooperation with Tea Time with Testers came up with the State of Testing survey with the intention to […]
If you want your testers and your team to be GREAT you need to be ready to schedule tasks to “Waste Time” experimenting and looking at technologies and methodologies as part of their regular work. It is very easy to say that you don’t have time or that your schedule is too tight for this, […]
In my family we have a tradition, every Spring we systematically go over all the house cleaning, organizing and mostly getting rid of all the things that we don’t need anymore.n When was the last time you did something similar to your test cases and the rest of your testware?
In many ways the objective of the QA Tester and of the Intelligence Officer are very similar. Each of us in his or her own contexts, are tasked with providing information that will help our superiors and the rest of the team/unit to do their work better and to make the correct decisions. Following a […]
James Bach is one of the most influencing testers I know, he is one of the fathers of Exploratory Testing and the Context Driven Testing School. I asked James if he would be willing to answer my 5 testing questions and happily enough he agreed, so here you have Five Testing Questions with Mr. James […]
There are questions that I am constantly asking myself regarding testing and QA. If you’ve read some of my previous posts you will certainly be no stranger to these questions or to my point of view on them. Some time ago I thought that it would be interesting to ask other testers what they thought […]