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  • Start-Up Series – Part Six: Building a Start-up Product

    Each month Gordon gives an insight into building a software testing business. Each post has a focus on a particular aspect of the business. This is Gordon’s last blog post before he takes a break from the Start-Up series. If you …

    • 31/01/2017
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    • Posted by Gordon
  • Start-Up Series – Part Five: Understanding the Difference between Marketing and Sales

    Each month Gordon gives an insight into building a software testing business. Each post has a focus on a particular aspect of the business. Browse the other posts of the Huddle Start-Up series here. Introduction Last month I looked into ways …

    • 29/11/2016
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    • Posted by Gordon
  • Start-Up Series – Part Four: How to get Help For Your Start-Up

    The monthly posts on building up a business as a software testing start-up continues with Gordon discussing getting the right help for your business. Introduction Last month I discussed ways to prioritise your time. This month, I’ll be talking through …

    • 26/10/2016
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    • Posted by Gordon
  • Start Up Series: Beyond T-Shaped People

    Each month we publish a new post from someone who is building a business with a software testing background. In this post, Gordon discusses the recruitment process and the T-Shaped tester.   Introduction Over the last 6 months my start up, …

    • 15/10/2016
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    • Posted by GordonBaisley
  • Start-Up Series – Part Three: Prioritise your Time – Three Core Company Areas

    The monthly posts on building up a business as a software testing start-up continues with Gordon discussing a problem everyone has; how to organise your time to get the maximum benefit out of it.   Introduction In this month’s blog, …

    • 27/09/2016
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    • Posted by Gordon
  • Start-Up Series – Part Two: Understand Who Your Customer Is

    Gordon returns with another post on surviving and thriving as a software testing start-up. Published on the last Tuesday of each month, be sure to return for next month’s instalment. Introduction In this month’s blog on the software testing start-up series, I’ll …

    • 01/09/2016
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    • Posted by Gordon
  • Start-Up Series: Part One – Making Automated Regression Testing Simple and Convenient in the Cloud

    Continuing the Start-Up series, here Gordon goes in deep with the history of his testing company CodeFuse and how they devised an automated regression testing framework. Introduction In this month’s blog, I’ll be covering the background to my start-up company, …

    • 07/08/2016
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    • Posted by Gordon
  • Start-Up Series: Part Zero: CodeFuse Introduction

    This blog post is the first by Gordon Marsh, founder of CodeFuse.  Every month we will feature a new blog post from Gordon on his journey establishing his automation company CodeFuse. Introduction This series of blogs focuses on the experiences …

    • 28/06/2016
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    • Posted by Gordon
  • Start-Up Series: What starting a business has taught me about Testing – Part 2

    This is the second post of the ‘What Starting a Business has Taught Me About Testing’ and continues where part one left off, exploring what QA can learn from Marketing and Sales. If you’ve not read the first part find …

    • 20/06/2016
    • 1053 Views
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    • Posted by GordonBaisley
  • Start-Up Series: What starting a business has taught me about Testing – A blog in two parts Part 1

    In this first part of a two part blog Gordon Baisley, a new contributor to the Start Up series, introduces himself and his company Quast. He then moves on share the first of three example of what starting the business …

    • 16/06/2016
    • 1185 Views
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    • Posted by GordonBaisley
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