Monthly Archives: January 2008

The Gold CD

I try to be pretty conscience of what I install on a PC whether it’s a test PC or my own laptop. So I was surprised when I was working with Mike Kelly this weekend and he said well just … Continue reading

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Seeking tool for tracking dlls

I’m looking for a tool replacement and hoping someone might be able to make a recommendation. The tool OpenTrap was an old favorite of mine. I’d run OpenTrap and then launch whatever application I was trying to get more information … Continue reading

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Why data isn’t dull

I’m a data-centric person. I’ve spent years working with data. Data is frequently one of the most valuable resources I have. So warning, this post may qualify as a rant. I think of all the ways I’ve worked with data … Continue reading

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Writing an Abstract for CAST 2008

As the call for papers for CAST 2008 has been posted and submissions and emails have been coming in – I thought I would use my blog to share thoughts about submitting proposals. And I wanted to answer a question … Continue reading

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SQL for Testers class

I’ll be teaching a class in Indianaoplis in March at Mobius Labs. I’ll be teaching the same class in San Mateo at the Software Test & Performance Conference in April. The class is SQL for Testers. As you might expect … Continue reading

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The teachable moment

This past fall, I was working on an e-learning system and a seasoned executive I was working with used the expression the teachable moment. I was intrigued by the expression and asked him what it meant and this is what … Continue reading

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Snipping: a hidden free tool for screen capture

In Windows Vista, there’s a utility known as the Snipping tool – for whatever reason the tool is fairly hidden unless you go digging. Type in Snipping at Start and the utility loads up. Snipping is helpful for capturing screens. … Continue reading

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OWASP: software security resources

The OWASP website is a great way to start or increase your knowledge on software security. Recently I mentioned OWASP to a couple of testing friends and was surprised they hadn’t heard of the organization so I thought I would … Continue reading

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