We’ve placed a ban on crappy work within my test team. From now on, we declare that the testing team will refuse to do crappy work. The challenge is in knowing how your doing good work or crappy work? This is why I’ve created this simple 5 minute ‘Crappy Work’™ ² test to help any tester to figure out if you’re doing crappy […]
So, I’m sitting here in my office on a beautiful Australian spring day. The sun is shining brightly, the air is slightly fresh sending wafts of scent from the spring flowers. Its a good time to be alive and its a good time to be thinking of growth and change. True to form, I trotted […]
A special for my blog readers – See one of the cartoons that will be in the e-book “If I were a testcase, I would ….”
I recently was asked to do a talk on software testing for a group of iPhone developers. I decided to speak to them at a practical level and talk about how I approach software testing, as I wanted them to understand that there are different ways you can perform software testing other than resorting to […]
I ashamed to say that until recently I bought into this misconception. Its only when I started doing some research into beta testing, that I discovered the amount of work and effort it took to. So I’m doing a Mythbuster session.
I want to perform exploratory testing, but do I really have to give up on all my documents? I went to a rapid software testing course to find out…
I went along to a networking event last night, run by the Innovic – http://www.innovic.com.au/home/ in Melbourne. A great event and that wasn’t just the cocktails! I got the opportunity to meet interesting people involved in all aspects of innovation in Melbourne. I think every once in a while its good to get your head […]