I hear this all the time. Even from very senior people. The latest one was from a development manager, asking why we "still need to have testers testing the software, since we are aiming for 100% automating for everything"... Firstly, the truth is very simple: YOU CAN ONLY AUTOMATE WHAT YOU KNOW AND EXPECT. When we [...]
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And so it's been official for a few days now. I have been accepted to speak at this years Agile Testing Days conference later in November in Potsdam, Berlin. I attended last year and it was such a great conference with lots of amazing people from all over the world. You can read about the [...]
I'm going to keep this post quite short. It's a thought I've been having for a while now. Here goes with the impact statement: Test Techniques are actually just activities that relate to some context of a testing mission. Think about it... Take "load testing", or "accessibility testing", or "function testing", or "security testing", or any of the other 120 different test techniques (which Dan [...]
"Can you list at least 2 test cases for testing a blank sheet of paper?” - This was a question listed on another LinkedIn discussion. There are over 80 comments (so far) that appear to be split right down the middle. Half of the commentor’s automatically started to list out various test cases... (Some of [...]
Recently, while trying to wrap a present (which was in a fairly large box), I hit an unfortunate block... the sheet of wrapping paper that I'd bought was not big enough to be wrapped all the way around the present. It was out by about 4cm, and for all my effort of trying to stretch the [...]