Testing In the Pub Episode 7 – Schools of Testing

Dan Ashby, Stepehn Janaway

Testing in The Pub

It’s time for episode 7 of our software testing podcast. In this episode we talk about the idea of ‘schools of testing’ and compare and contrast approaches such as those from the ISTQB and context-driven communities. Listen to the podcast here....

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About Me!

Stephen Janaway, Net-A-Porter, UK

Stephen Janaway has been involved with software testing for over 14 years, starting as a Test Engineer and has worked in various Test and Delivery Management roles for a variety of companies. Currently he’s a Test Manager focusing on mobile and web testing, test automation and software delivery optimisation. Previously he’s worked for three of the major mobile device manufacturers, as well as advising a number of mobile application developers on testing and delivery strategies.
Stephen loves talking to others about software testing, test techniques and the mobile device and application world in general. You can contact him on Twitter (@stephenjanaway) or via his blog (www.stephenjanaway.co.uk).

Dan Ashby, Net-A-Porter, UK

Dan Ashby has been a software tester for around 9 years, testing a huge variety of software ranging from printer drivers to mobile apps and mobile sites (and everything in between). He is an advocate for context driven testing and utilises an Exploratory Testing approach along with SBTM.

Dan currently works for Net-A-Porter in the “Testing Services” team, where his main duties are to aid, support, inspire and give ideas on testing processes, techniques and tools to the rest of the test team with in Net-A-Porter.


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