I wrote a blog recently “the value of a software testing process” in which I questioned the traditional benefits of software test scripts based on the re-use and repeatability theory. My approach to any rapid change software development is to make a some basic assumptions 1) The code is going to change quickly 2) The […]
Looking at the benefits of software testing from a business perspective can be quite a challenge if your a blue-hat, IT type of person as I am. To sell testing effectively though, its helpful to view testing from the perspective of the person who ultimately gets to make the decisions. So here goes!The way I […]
I’ve discovered Rosie Sherry’s excellent software testing club at http://club.drivenqa.com/ Its great because you can setup your own local group and since I live in Australia I set up one for the ANZACS. I think we need a logo or picture though? Anyone any ideas? my two (aussie) cents for the day….
Does a software testing process provide a best approach to testing? Coming from a background in engineering I have always been a firm believer in the benefits of a sold and dependable testing process which includes test planning, design, building, execution and reporting. So, how come I find it hard to convince others of its […]
I have the dream job at the moment …. I think. I’ve been asked to create a testing methodology for a company that wants to implement a software testing processe. Fantastic! I thought to myself, just what I’ve always wanted to do. So I busily set about talking to people and finding out what they […]
I want to share my ideas on software testing. Software testing is in my blood, which a lot of people are really happy about because then they don’t have to test or test as much anyhow. To be perfectly honest, thats how I like it. My soapbox topic this week to my client has been […]