In addition to all my other tasks in PractiTest, I am a tester working and consulting on a number of Agile projects. In total I’ve been in testing for over 20 years and doing agile testing for close to 10 years. Here’s a fact some people tend to overlook, just like any other profession, to become an expert […]
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Some time ago I wrote a blog post called “Principles of good bug reporting” that talked about the basic things that make a good bug and helps testers not make the typical mistakes that then to make other members of our teams criticize our bug reports. Jerry Weinberg commented on this blog saying among other […]
Sometimes we as testers will run into situations where we disagree with the rest of the team. We might thing that a bug should be fixed, or a feature should be redesigned, or even that more tests should be run… The problem is that many times we are afraid to raise our voices and try […]
Is there such a thing as Agile Testing? I’m not sure there is… You don’t need to work on an agile team to work and test based on an Agile Thinking mindset.
Second part of my Testing in 2020 posting series. On this post I explain about the underlying factor creating the change to the Testing (and Development) world, and I explain how the task of the tester will change due to this change.
Yesterday I started providing short training sessions for agile programmers who need to learn how to test better. Would you trust a programmer to test your application? It’s like asking a Fox to guard the chicken-house, right? Well, sometimes you don’t have a choice, or you do but that choice is to release the application […]