Is Survival of the Fittest only for the Fastest

Wim Demey


The world of testing has evolved a lot over the last decade. Manual testing is under pressure by a lot of fast rages like test automation, CI/CD pipelines… And so one can wonder if traditional manual testers still have their place and will remain relevant within the future. But those fast rages are not always ‘hallelujah’. And that is for me one of the main arguments why manual testing will always remain relevant. Especially when we look to test automation, it is a fact that this is not always successful. To my opinion, this is due to 3 main reasons:…....

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About Me!

For more than 23 years Wim Demey has been active in software testing and has evolved to a generalist covering different aspects and roles within testing.
Driven by versatility and a great eagerness to learn new things, Wim is always looking how and where he can stretch his comfort zone to manage new challenges. This fits perfectly with his role as Solution Architect Testing for CTG Belgium. In this role he supports & advices customers about their testing related challenges. He has a special interest in technical topics like performance testing, test management tools and AI.
Wim is a regular speaker at (inter)national test conferences & seminars.

Fun fact: In his spare time, he likes running & gravel biking and has recently become an AFOL (Adult Fan of Lego)

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