Author Archives: Karo Stoltzenburg

About Karo Stoltzenburg

Software Tester in Cambridge. Views are my own.

Twitter Timeline Q1/17

#March 18 great 99sec talks – Final #testbash #testbashbrighton #99sectalks @VeraGeBa @EnquireTST @PaulHolland_TWN @2bittester @huibschoots … — Viola Korte (@vioble) March 24, 2017 What are testers? Definition by @aldos #Testbash #TestBashBrighton — Ministry of Testing (@ministryoftest) March 24, … Continue reading

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Testing Puzzles: Questions, Assumptions, Strategy

For the recent evening Ministry of Testing Meetup here in Cambridge I brought some Testing Puzzles for people to solve. Or rather some Puzzles for people to test, naturally, and on the hunt for appropriate puzzles I tried to find types that … Continue reading

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Organise? A way!

I went to the World Information Architecture Day in London recently – our UX Designer, Rog, had been before and I gladly tagged along. And as often, if you emerge yourself in a new area, you’ll get great input and learn new things … Continue reading

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Twitter Timeline Q4/16

#December I just found the #test page from @imdb, complete with trailer, actors, trivia and stuff: 😀 — Marcel Gehlen (@Marcel_Gehlen) December 30, 2016 Being proud of 100% test coverage is like being proud of reading every word in … Continue reading

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Cambridge Lean Coffee 01/17

First Lean Coffee of the year, and the first Lean Coffee and second overall Meetup via our shiny new dedicated Ministry of Testing Cambridge Meetup Group. If you’re in the Cambridge area and interested in testing, sign up! We’ve met … Continue reading

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At least one, probably no more than six

I really enjoy the moments when I occupy myself with something far, far away from testing and it suddenly makes complete sense and shines light upon a topic that I know from work. Obviously I’m the connecting factor in the … Continue reading

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Twitter Timeline Q3/16

#September Unit test vs. integration test. #programming — Randy Olson (@randal_olson) September 24, 2016 If you want to understand the effect of something, try getting rid of it. — Ben Simo (@QualityFrog) September 23, 2016 Plan for the worst; … Continue reading

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