I suppose most people will have filled their conference dance card by now, but in case you haven’t, here are some upcoming conferences that I’ll be presenting at: Let’s Test Oz Sydney, Australia September 15-17 Øredev Malmö, Sweden November 4-7 Tasting Let’s Test – South Africa Johannesburg, South Africa November 14 All of these conferences […]
To the publisher(s) of the blog post entitled ‘Book burners threaten (old) new testing standard’ on professionaltester.com on August 20, 2014: (I have attached an image of said blog’s text in case it should change or be removed in future) At CAST2014, a number of like-minded professional testers got together after a very insightful presentation […]
Hang on a sec, didn’t I just get done saying testing is an activity and not a role? I did say that, didn’t I? Did I mean it? Well, it’s true in the same sense that Darth Vader killing Anakin Skywalker is true. As Obi Wan said – ‘from a certain point of view’ – […]
If you’re a tester and the title of this post made your heart beat a little faster, then bear with me for a paragraph or two before you scroll down to the comments section to rant. I’ve been doing this testing thing for a while now. I’ve worked the full spectrum from heavily conservative, highly […]
Trish Khoo wrote an excellent blog post on being a tester in an a programming team. More specifically, a team that values testing and incorporates it into everything they do. I found myself nodding along with Trish’s post and identifying very strongly with her experiences. I fear whatever I write in addition to her post […]
Utest interviewed me earlier this month. Here it is.
It’s been quiet on the blog for a while now, mostly because I’ve either been too busy to write, or because I wasn’t yet able to write about the stuff I wanted to write about. After four plus years in Japan, I have left the land of the rising sun. Japan seems to be equidistant […]