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women in tech

The Gratitude Jar

2019 has been an eventful year for many and the start of a new year is a great opportunity to say throw a slip into a gratitude jar to thank to those around you who have supported you in some way. Being the blog author 🙂 I get to write the last gratitude slip. Firstly, […]

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innovation quality engineering software testing

2020: The year of dumping old heuristics

When software testing, it’s handy to use mnemonics/heuristics to refer to. They can be useful as generators of test ideas, or reminders to test in a particular way, or to consider some aspect. What’s a heuristic? Think of a heuristic as a rule of thumb that helps you make a decision about a problem you’re […]

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quality engineering qualitycoach

13 Low Cost Ideas to start Quality Coaching right away!*

Below are 13 low cost ideas aimed at generating discussion on quality or a related topic. The ideas is to get a better understanding of the state of quality and people’s perception of that. By gathering and sharing this information with your team it may help your team to decide where to start.

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Exploratory Testing quality engineering software testing

Indulge the Hunch

Have you ever been in a new city or town and been tempted to take a shortcut that you don’t know will actually be short? A hunch tells you it will be quicker. What do you do? Will you take the risk and go with your gut? Or, will you stay on the same path, […]

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Lean Coffe quality engineering

QA Career Development

We had the first Quality Engineering Lean Coffee and the following topics: QA Career Development How to assess quality practices and maturity of a team How to attract people to get into a quality career What can help testers when there is no BS or RS documentation QA versus Dev Ratio (bottleneck) How to manage […]