Software Tester’s are a rare breed. We perform a role that can be difficult and not always fully appreciated or recognised. We are often the sceptic on the team, raising difficult questions when no one wants to hear them. We discover unplanned work, we question design, we uncover ambiguity. It’s not always an easy role. […]
And what better way, than to download the new Tester Types E-Book. Its a light hearted look at some of the types of testers out there and I guess we could all do with a bit of a laugh now and then. I big hearty thanks to Rob Lambert and Rosie Sherry for writing and […]
I thought Jack Margo’s interview by UTest was very interesting. What caught my eye was the following statement: The days of specialists are mostly killed from the recession…you have to be flexible and know multiple disciplines to exist in today’s dev environment. In web development alone, you need to be proficient with XML, DHTML, JS, […]
I have one of my clients to thank for this tip. I was performing some software testing recently on a product that had both a software and hardware element to it. The unique setup of the laptop, and peripheral equipment meant I that there was only one test environment available. I was fortunate not to […]
This type of work is often overlooked in the eagerness to get the testing started. If you want you’re software testing to start on time and keeping within budget than completing this software testing checklist is essential.