Some 15 years ago I was first introduced to concept of the “Virtual Toolbox” and since then I have never stopped assessing and adding to it to improve my work and my life skills. Here’s why I recommend you build your own virtual toolbox, and how to get started.
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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 […]
Many testers ask what is the best path to become great at testing, and I am not sure there is one path to follow for this. Testing is more complex than this, and so it requires the correct skills and abilities to be able so succeed. Sorry folks, there is no secret recipe, but on […]
What does Messi’s hair, a megaphone, getting fired, and repositioning your desk have in common…? If I got your attention come on in and read this blog post 🙂
Why do we test? I am not asking why do we need testing, but what drives us (professional testers) to invest our time and efforts in testing? I believe we do it because we really enjoy the sense of achievement and discovery whenever we manage to find and describe a hard-to-find and high-priority bug in […]
Tissue paper and Testing The most insightful thoughts sometimes come from the strangest situations, don’t you agree? I had a cold last week. Needless to say tissue overflowed the trash, in almost every room in the house. I am not sure if it was the cold medicine that cleared my mind as well as my […]