I empathize with Ash Winter after reading his blog post. Being both a tester and developer myself, I have the opportunity to interact with both “worlds.” Which is why I also empathize with the developer that said it. So why do so many developers see the art, science and craft of software testing as worthy of the […]
You can’t test everything. So how do you know when you can ignore certain events or states from the SUT during structured exploratory testing? Watch the free screencast here:
Reachability graphs help you structure your testing in a way that makes it faster, more focused and helps you avoid dead-ends. Via certain testing patterns that reachability graphs can make visible, it can also help you break through hard-to-test applications and problems. It can even help you debug! Wanna know more? Watch the free screencast […]
Tell me what you read and I’ll tell you if you don’t suck at testing. Where did I hear that?… What you read may indicate how effective you are as a tester. It may even have enough influence to make or break a great job offer. Do you think you’re a stellar tester? Do […]
Any good software engineer (that includes you, stellar tester!) has heard about development design patterns. However, patterns also naturally occur in the craft and practice of testing.