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  • דירוג: Junior Boarder
  • תאריך הרשמה: 18 פבר 2013
  • תאריך כניסה אחרון: 23 דצמ 2013
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  • Five Blogs – 19 January 2021

    The (best) five blogs we can read today. Check them out. Bugs are about more than code Written by: James Christie Where Do You Want to Be Long-Term, Say in 50 Years Written by: Johanna Rothman A guide on how to choose and use testing techniques Written by: Andreas Spillner Why Good Ideas Fail (And How To Help Yours Succeed) Written by: Greg Satell 5 Lessons from Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Great Leadership Speech Written by: Anne Perschel Quote of the day: “Risk something or forever sit with your dreams” -Herb Brooks You can follow this page on Twitter

    19.01.2021 | 12:45 קרא עוד...
  • Project Schedule Game, Schedule Trance

    Reading Time: < 1 minute TL;DR The last time we presented the scheduled game, We’ll Go Faster Now. Today we present a Game related to Schedule Trance. The post is based on a remarkable book... The post Project Schedule Game, Schedule Trance appeared first on Tentamen Software Testing Blog.

    19.01.2021 | 12:00 קרא עוד...
  • Cherish your Community: Testers Together!

    Cherish your Community: Testers Together! Not only, but even more in these days we understand how important it is to have friends to talk to, colleagues to chat with and learn from, and groups to have fun with. As testers we know the pain of insecurity (“is this finding worth the trouble?”), of not being taken seriously (“I know, quality is important, but…. “), and the constant thrive for new knowledge (“hm, how can I understand this better”). Can we remedy that alone? Or should we even try that at all? Obviously, the answer is a clear no. Testers cannot survive without exchange! And “not surviving” is not even the point: testers want to thrive on their work context. And there are many possibilities, to create exchange: “I get everything I need from my team” Most of you probably do not feel that alone, as you apply your agile practices thus working closely with your team. In case you have questions, you google it, ask for help on twitter, or visit some of the great resources about testing, for example as provided by the Ministry of Testing (MoT). But if you need more? “My company got more people like me” In some companies there is a testing community of practice or a quality guild – something, where the testers organize an exchange and help each other while exchanging knowledge, experiences, … across teams. While I believe that this is very important, I strongly believe in sharing across company borders: “Wow! That is an interesting approach!”[…]

    18.01.2021 | 11:00 קרא עוד...


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