Dispelling the misconceptions #5 – “Lets 100% automate everything and get rid of all our testers”

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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I’m speaking at Agile Testing Days 2014!

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 [...]

Test Techniques? Think About It…

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 [...]