Information, and its relationship with testing and checking

UPDATE: Thanks to John Stevenson for his feedback of the model, I've updated the model appropriately to represent the fact that checking activities also inform our testing, (as John described in the comments below). Also, thanks again to everyone else who has reviewed and fed back on the model too.  One of the biggest problems [...]

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Lessons Learned from Agile Testing Days (Day 3)!

By the time the third day came, I was already feeling the haze of "information overload" and had been up late on the previous night socializing with some great testers, such as Daniel Maslyn, Sami Söderblom, Tom Mantsch,  Jose Lima, Adam Knight, Chris George, Pete Walen, Huib Schoots, Tony Bruce, Gus Evangelisti and many more [...]

Lessons Learned from Agile Testing Days (Day 2)!

Day 2 started in a bit of a blur, as I was trying to still digest the waft of information that I had gained from day 1... Nonetheless, the second day offered just as much fun, information, knowledge, ideas and socializing as the first day! Here's a summary of day 2: Keynote: “Live it – [...]

The Power of Networking!

I'm inspired to write a blog about the benefits of networking in our industry due to the London Tester Gathering (LTG) that takes place every month... I've been attending London's monthly tester meetup for well over a year now and wanted to discuss why I think that networking at events such as this one has [...]