How many of you like being proven wrong? I am not asking you to admit this to anyone other than yourselves, right here and right now. I think most people do not like being proven wrong, and I have even seen some go to crazy lengths not to admit they were mistaken. I guess this […]
One of the biggest risks even the best tester can fall for is the “Tester’s Auto-Pilot“. This is when we test automatically without noticing what we are doing – while we may think about last night’s TV show or the conversation we just had with a friend… This can become an even bigger problem if […]
Delivering an MVP is not a trivial task as we need to understand where does this Minimum stands, but assuming you managed to agree on this point, then many companies forget that the reason they are releasing an MVP is to continue gathering feedback and to develop the remaining product based on these inputs. Here […]
A short letter to all my testing colleagues. We have been wrong for a long time, Quality is not about Testing.
This has happened to me many times. I find myself fighting over the importance to get a bug fixed, entrenching in arguments around user behavior and customer value, and launching frontal attacks in an effort to win the battle over who is right and who is wrong. After a while, the argument that started over […]
Testing is changing, and ignoring this fact will not help you a bit! We are not undergoing a testing revolution (as some may say) but actually living an evolution towards more technical and value-adding quality services for our teams!