Most of when I test I’m thoroughly engaged and involved and enjoying the moment. Then there are those “other” times. Typically for me they happen in the afternoon. My sugar levels get low, I get tired, and I stop testing well. But darn it, there’s so much testing to do! How can I and my […]
I wrote a feature article for Logigear Magazine February Edition entitled Beware the Lotus Eaters. I really enjoyed writing this article, I hope you get something out of it. Beware the Lotus Eaters Oh, and thanks James Bach for reviewing it for me!
I’m heading to Sydney, Australia on 22nd January 2011. I will be looking for test consulting work preferably through my Australian consulting company Testing Times. What do I offer? I shed light on testing problems often obscured or caused by a testing process. I bring a new perspective often hard to gain when inside an […]
Recently, I’ve been reading up on how we approach and report on solving problems. One book recommended to me was Exploring Science by David Klahr. There’s a lot in this book. Khlar performs experiments in his “Discovery Lab” where participants are observed solving and reporting problems. He uses a robotic toy called Big Trak. It’s a […]
I’m currently experiencing a boundary test. The test is…how much toothache can I tolerate before resorting to as massive overdose of painkillers? I know, I can feel you all wincing in empathy, even if you’ve never experienced toothache, almost everyone can empathize with the pain. But…….. there is relief. I am to visit the dentist tomorrow. […]