Monthly Archives: October 2007

Personal drivel

Recently I’ve been asked to share some personal details about myself and while I vowed when I started blogging that I would keep personal drivel out of my blog, I decided the best way to respond was to write a … Continue reading

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Reading Schemas

Often the first request I make when starting work on a new application, is to request the database schema. I thought (somehow) that this was a fairly typical tester’s first step but recently working with other testers I came to … Continue reading

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Testing Software in Regulated Environments

I had been testing computer software for six years and had worked at three different companies before I walked into my first regulated test environment. I had seen variances in environments, but nothing like this. Regulated environments such as pharma … Continue reading

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Excel Podcast

If you’re interested in data analysis and/or want to improve your Excel skills, check out this podcast. Bill Jelen, the self-proclaimed, MrExcel, offers a free daily 2 minute podcast. His podcasts are well-labeled so you can locate the topics you’re … Continue reading

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A Year of Blogging

I started blogging one year ago and the last couple of weeks I’ve been reflecting on my blogging. These are some of my assorted thoughts in no particular order. I feel that blogging is like attending a cocktail party. It’s … Continue reading

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Interviewed by Empirix QA Zone

Marina Gil Santamaria interviewed me for Empirix’s QA website. You can read the interview here. It was great talking with Marina because she took the time to get to know me a bit (we arranged in advance to meet at … Continue reading

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Silence

I believe in the quiet of our mind dwells some of our best testing ideas waiting to be heard. As I was pumping gas into my car, a TV monitor at the pump started up with information I had no … Continue reading

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