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Combining errors into disaster scenario’s?

In my new column is a follow-up on the G(r)ood Testing 11- Explosive software – when risks do count. In the 12th edition I like to talk about the lesson we learn from space and air disasters: Should we combine errors … Continue reading

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People aspects the next thing

Last week the 5th edition of my Column was launched on the EuroSTAR community pages. This month’s episode deals with the true success factors of our IT project. We tried to improve our success rate using the right test techniques. … Continue reading

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But who is testing the spreadsheets?

My new column, G(r)ood testing 4, is available on the EuroSTAR community pages. This months topic deals with the quality and usage of spreadsheets. It is inspired by Felienne Hermans who did great work on this topic. I made a … Continue reading

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I want to read about testing…

The ministry of testing has created a nice overview with feeds from testers-blogs. So if you want to stay up to date, you can select a post from any of the 400+ connected blogs.

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Series of blogs on the EuroSTAR community pages

Yesterday EuroSTAR and Valori published the first edition of a range of columns of my hand. In the series “G(r)ood testing“, we will share nice test realated ideas, try to inspire you with practical solutions and trigger the reader thought … Continue reading

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