I’ve been working on a concept for a series of webinars and workshops around Test Process Orchestration and the New Role of the QA Architect. Among the concepts I’ve been developing and covering around these areas there is one that is really important and most of us fail to pay enough attention to, and so […]
A new year, a new project, even an old project with a new view on things. In reality not many things have changed other than one very important thing: You have a Fresh Perspective.
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 […]
Whenever I realize I made a wrong decision I will not think twice before moving in a new direction. But this, in my opinion, a good thing and here is why…
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 […]