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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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experiencing a bug as an end user

It’s been a long time since a software bug agitated me – one that I was hit with as a user not a tester. But I’ve had one I’ve been dealing with this past week. In some ways it’s been … Continue reading

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Working with User Stories: The Existing Parts

Let me digress to make a comparison (in the process I may age myself but so be it) – I think back to the time when desktop publishing was first introduced. With desktop publishing draft copies gained a way of … Continue reading

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Working with User Stories: The Missing Parts

Not long ago, someone emailed me asking me to write about working with user stories. I have a few thoughts about working with user stories. I thought I would write about what I call the “missing parts problem” this time. … Continue reading

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Collecting user impressions

Travelling out to WOPR8 this week, I took a limo ride to the airport. Some months ago, I had written about my experience using the same limo service. I used this trip as a chance to check out how the … Continue reading

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