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I Wish that I had Think Feet

Communication plays quite an important role in the job of a tester (and in our lives, actually), but it can be quite challenging. How to bring a potentially controversial topic across without stepping on peoples toes? How to best deliver … 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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Jerry Weinberg: Perfect Software

It’s probably fair to say that Jerry Weinberg: ‘Perfect Software and other illusions about testing’ is one of a handful core resources when you want to learn about Software Testing. My manager recommended it to me when I first met him, … Continue reading

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Boldly go (where no one has gone before)

Last week we had Adam Knight present a talk on “Fractal Exploratory Testing” at the Software Testing Club Meetup here in Cambridge, hosted by the lovely folk at Linguamatics. FET is a concept Adam thought up in order to explain the benefits … Continue reading

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