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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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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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#TestBash 2016: Ash Winter – Testing the Bigger Picture (Workshop)

Last week was #TestBash and I’m still fully excited about the experience. The conference for me started off with the Workshop Day, I attended Ash Winter‘s “Testing the Bigger Picture – System Architectures”. The topic is something that resonated a … Continue reading

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CEWT #1: Testing ideas

The first Cambridge Exploratory Workshop on Testing – CEWT #1 – took place on Saturday, 4th July 2015 at Linguamatics. CEWT (Cambridge Exploratory Workshop on Testing) is an exploratory peer workshop. We take the view that discussions are more interesting … Continue reading

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