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G(r)ood Testing 10: User Centered Risk based Test Stories

My last column for 2014 is on user centered risk based test stories (yes, it’s quite a mouthful). It is a follow-up on last months column. This one discussed an alternative way of creating an effective test strategy. You can read … Continue reading

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Taste wheel for testers workshop

A common language to describe our system enables targeted strategy and clear reporting. Last week I gave a workshop in Norway for the Freetest conference on Mobile testing (organized by the Norwegian Computer Society) and yesterday I gave the same … Continue reading

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New Column: Taste wheel for testers

What language do we use when we want to express our experience with the application that we have just tested? In coffee land (but also in whiskey land) they use a taste (or flavor) wheel to describe tastes that you … Continue reading

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Weekend Coffee post

Being a coffee lover like I am, I like to make my coffee, taste my coffee and a bizarre thing, I sometimes like to make photos of my coffee. As a weekend post, a picture of a shot I made … Continue reading

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