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Diversity Matters

The latest Cambridge Exploratory Workshop on Testing¬†(CEWT) came along, asking “What Makes Good Testers and/or Testing?“. It made me think: Isn’t it rather nice that I can learn something new about testing everyday, so why try to define based on … Continue reading

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Twitter Timeline Q1/18

#March Hey you, wake up! pic.twitter.com/0fiIEdMOaf — In Otter News (@Otter_News) March 2, 2018

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Learning Pairing

The last year was a bit of a journey into pairing for me. Not that I hadn’t paired before and didn’t appreciate and enjoy it. But pairing got amplified in the last year as a more conscious effort and an … Continue reading

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Snippets: stress, stress, stress

Lewis: Can I give you a piece of advice? Hathaway: Yeah, if I can ignore it. Lewis: Don’t push yourself so hard. Let Maddox help you. Make sure you get some sleep. Hathaway: That’s three pieces of advice. Lewis: Okay, … Continue reading

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Twitter Timeline Q3/17

#September Nailed it. pic.twitter.com/FEtbLuBUqJ — James Thomas (@qahiccupps) September 16, 2017

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Three Ways to get Started with (Exploratory) Testing as a non-Tester

This is a companion piece for my talk “Testing Demystified” at the DDD East Anglia, where I encourage people from other disciplines, namely programmers, to get more involved in (exploratory) testing activities (because it’s fun! And worth it!). And here … Continue reading

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Girl, interrupted.

“Something magical happens when testers and programmers start to collaborate.”1 I’ve submitted a conference talk last weekend.2 It has the heroic (*cough*) title of “Testing Demystified” and is now handed in for the Developer! Developer! Developer! East Anglia¬†event taking place … Continue reading

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