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 […]
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Last month I attended the DevOps Days Tel Aviv conference, I took some notes about the interesting stuff people said – like many people do during a conference – and then I put the notebook away – like most people usually do after a conference… But yesterday I was going over my notebook, I guess I […]
Dealing with the stressful reality of testing in today’s fast paced development cycles Our lives are full of stress both at work and at home. Is seems at times that there aren’t enough hours in the day, and everyone around us has their demands for our time, which is forever limited. Working in the current […]