As testers, we’re used to performing most of our jobs in an isolated bubble where the worst that can happen is, often, getting blocked by a bug. We test code, sometimes in multiple environments (just to be really sure) and then we push up to production. Once the code is there, we may do some […]
Through understanding our thought processes and those of people around us, we can become better testers. We can achieve more, get our way more often, and make fewer unreasonable mistakes. Whilst we recognise the potential “dark side” of these abilities, let’s remember we are using them to achieve a positive result for our organisations and […]
Four TestBashes in, I feel like I’ve finally cracked it. Here’s my tips for enjoying your TestBash experience YOUR way!
Fourth in a series of posts summing up my thoughts on the Ministry of Testing’s latest success, TestBash Manchester 2016. As testers, we’re used to hearing the value of “shifting testing left” in the software development life-cycle. By finding problems sooner, we can be instrumental in saving the business money, effort and time rectifying costly […]