How to avoid being fooled in software testing

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As software testers, our role is to avoid being fooled by many things. For instance, we try to avoid being fooled by the product, what people believe they understand, what many insist is the ‘right or wrong way’ to test. To avoid being fooled we often challenge our assumptions or the team’s assumptions of what we know. Here are some other ways we can avoid being fooled. 

A different perspective on Boundary Testing

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The book ‘Boundaries after a pathological relationship‘ by Adele Birch has a load of practical advice on boundaries in relationships. As Trish Khoo who recommended it to me said: “even if you don’t think you’ve had a pathological relationship, this is a good guide to setting and enforcing personal boundaries”, and it is. It’s full of […]

Quality and the Toyota Production Model

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I saw this tweet the other day prompting this post on quality, visualisation and quality at pace.  Don’t worry @Tracey_san, I am not going to tweet the entire book. “The Toyota Engagement Equation.” #lean pic.twitter.com/9jQBXBPMt6 — Mark Graban (@MarkGraban) August 3, 2017 Understanding Quality “Quality is value to some person” is a Jerry Weinberg quote emphasising […]