In my current role in the Oil industry, I have seen the adaption to digital transformation. This means more dependence on software, automated workflows, and cloud technologies. Pair testing is…
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For more than twenty-five years, An Introduction to General Systems Thinking has been hailed as an innovative introduction to systems theory, with applications in software development and testing, medicine, engineering, social sciences, architecture, and beyond. Used…
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Choosing the right way of Testing

Jan Jaap Cannegieter

  A couple of months ago I had discussion with someone who claims to be an expert in software testing about test planning and the right way of testing. It…
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Thinking Through Your Role

James Bach & Jon Bach

James and Jon Bach recently taught a new class called Reinventing Testers. As part of the class, they developed a style of diagramming roles which they call "rolegrams" and a…
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Quality and Air War

QA Expert at ADB

When I read this year’s EuroSTAR Conference theme - “Learning to test, testing to learn” - I thought about the possible most important thing I’ve learned through my testing career…
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Before I started my career as a tester, I was a scientist doing research in particle physics, and my years in science trained me to be sceptical, inquisitive and open…
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  I was recently reviewing a ‘complete’ checklist for testing web applications but at no point in the list was accessibility even mentioned despite being quite thorough in other areas.…
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Let’s Talk About….Women In Testing

Alison Wade & Rajini Padmanaban

As part of our Hangout series, in May we held an event to discuss the issuers surrounding women in testing. Continuing our series of open discussions on various aspects of…
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