There is one simple and straightforward practice that I have seen helping testers and teams all the time, but in most organisations it is something that is not used at all. Debriefing your testing. Debriefings should be simple and quick In principle and in practice debriefings are easy implement, they do not take a lot […]
I have always promoted the concept that our job as testers is to provide quality to the products being released with the end user in mind. A successful release being one that meets customer expectations, and even better if it exceeds them. Since I initially wrote the first version of this post a lot has […]
Testing is not what it used to be, and changes are happening faster than ever before. As testers we need to understand that the only certainty now is the need for constant evolution.
Not all our testing time is spent effectively. Sometimes I find myself at the end of a testing day feeling I could have tested much better. Realising that my testing was not as “good” as it could have been if I’d done things a little differently. After analyzing my own behavior, and also based on […]
Knowing a bunch of general things, even trivial things, will help you be a better person, a better parent, a better friend, and even a better tester. This is one of the reasons I listen to a number of different podcasts during my commute to work every day. I listen to testing podcasts (you can see […]
NOTICE: We, at the QABlog, are always looking to share ideas and information from as many angles of the Testing Community as we can. Even if at times we do not subscribe to all points and the interpretations, we believe there is value in listening to all sides of the dialogue, and allowing this to […]