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Sharing the 4th lesson of Test Automation on the Test Automation Day

Thursday 18 June the Test Automation Day will be held in the WTC Rotterdam. Together with Ard Kramer I will present the 4th lesson of test automation on the Test Automation Day. The presentation will be our experience story on the … 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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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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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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Teststrategy revisited: qualifiers and disqualifiers

Today we will be having a onsite network test during the TestNet (Dutch test association) evening. In my previous post I described the approach I want to take, and I mentione publishing a column in the Bits & Chips magazine … Continue reading

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Discontinuity of test improvements !?

Testnieuws.nl published my column “The discontinuity of test improvements”. In this column I raise the question whether we are wrong in assuming that test process improvement  is a continue process.  The way in which you work towards the higher maturity … Continue reading

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