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My Thoughts on Testing Certifications

I am making this post to share my thoughts on testing certifications & standards and the recent activity that took place at CAST 2014.Since the activities that took place at the CAST 2014 conference, I’ve had several people ask questions … Continue reading

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Applying the SFDPOT heuristic to mobile testing, adding “I”

After years of SFDPOT being created by James Bach and used by many testers, James has amended SFDPOT to include “I” for interface testing. A couple of weeks back someone contacted me via Twitter and asked me about “I” for … Continue reading

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Discipline & Software Testing

At the STP Fall 2012 conference in Miami, I gave a keynote on “The Discipline Aspect of Software Testing.” I created tweets for my presentation in advance (and had those tweets posting while I was presenting) so I included those … Continue reading

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BI + Agile + ET in a mind map of charter possibilities

Data warehouse/business intelligence (BI) projects are different. The primary reason BI testing is so different (from say web application testing) is that most of the testing within a BI project is data reconciliation testing for which there is no visual … Continue reading

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Testing Mnemonics as a Card Deck v2

I’ve updated the index card deck to include “AIM” by Robert Sabourin. An article referencing this mnemonic was published by Better Software in an article called “X Marks the Test Case: Using Mind Maps for Software Design” back in 2006. … Continue reading

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Reporting a mobile defect

This past week I taught a class on mobile testing at CAST 2012. We brainstormed a list of factors to consider when reporting a mobile defect. Not all of these items will be a factor in the defect but it … Continue reading

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Testing Mnemonics as a Card Deck

I have an interest in helping testers new to exploratory testing or experienced testers who may feel be at a loss for testing ideas from time to time. That interest is the primary purpose behind a new class I’m working … Continue reading

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Applying the SFDPOT heuristic to mobile testing

One of the comments I’ve made about mobile testing is that we need to “find our mobile sanity” in part what I mean by this is – we need to recognize that everything we’ve learned about software testing doesn’t change … Continue reading

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mobile: a few comments on testing, emulators & tools

Recently a colleague within the testing community emailed me three questions re: mobile testing. After answering the email, I realized that our exchange of questions and answers might be helpful to share – so following is the Q &A from … Continue reading

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