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G(r)ood testing 24: The need for (agile) test strategies

The test profession seems to be become more technical and more widespread. Teams should do their (automated) Unit and Functional tests. Additionally they need to focus on non-functional tests and integrate their work with that of the other teams. How do we keep … Continue reading

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BCS SIGIST Autumn 2016 Conference

Tomorrow (15 September) the British Computer Society will organize their Autumn Conference in London. The conference is organized by the SIGIST, the special interest group in Software Testing. We have an interesting line-up with a.o. talks on Automated test design … Continue reading

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Going mobile: testers, get involved in development

Last week I spoke at the 6th world conference on software quality (wcsq6). I gave a presentation on mobile testing. Baseline of the story is that organizations benefit from testers that know how to do technical testing, (Mobile testing comes … Continue reading

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