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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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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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Call me …?

Software testers have assorted job titles such as Quality Assurance Analyst, Software Test Engineer, QTP Specialist, Lead Quality Assurance Engineer to list a few. Some people care deeply about their job title feeling their title is part of their identity … Continue reading

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Building Alliances: a presentation recording

I gave a presentation called Building Alliances. It was a non-technical talk focused on working with people. The talk focused on positive alliances we can build at work as well as some of the realities – the good, the bad … Continue reading

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PNSQC 2009

At PNSQC 2009, I’ll be talking about “Building Alliances.” For a long while, I have avoided discussing assorted topics especially at conferences that might be viewed as “soft” topics. As a software tester without a developer’s background and being raised … Continue reading

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STANZ 2009

The STANZ conference begins on Monday in Wellington New Zealand and continues through the week ending in Sydney Australia on Friday. I’ll be talking about my use of storytelling with my work in software testing. I’ll also be teaching classes … Continue reading

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Oredev 2008 Conference in Sweden

I’ll be in Malmo Sweden this coming week teaching and presenting at the Oredev conference. You can read more here. If you’ll be attending the conference or if you’re located nearby and want to meet up, send me an email. … Continue reading

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ExpoQA 2008 in Spain

The week after Oredev, I’ll be presenting at the ExpoQA conference in Madrid Spain. You can read more here. I’m surprised I haven’t blogged more about both conferences (Oredev and ExpoQA) but have been busy working. And now I need … Continue reading

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Teaching Test Strategy at GLSEC

I’m teaching a workshop on how to build a test strategy at GLSEC in Michigan. The workshop focuses as much on creative thinking and strategic thinking as drafting a test strategy document. Over the years, I’ve often focused on deepening … Continue reading

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PNSQC 2008

I’m at the PNSQC conference in Portland Oregon. Yesterday I taught my SQL for Testers class. Today I’m giving a presentation on building a test strategy and tomorrow I’ll be sharing ideas on storytelling. If you’re at the conference or … Continue reading

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