Tag Archives: techniques

QUPER Model for better requirements

Over the last weeks I have been reading in Gojko Adzics book Specification by Example. Tonight I stumbled on his section about the QUPER model. Gojko describes that he didn’t apply the model himself, but finds it contains some interesting … Continue reading

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Trondheim Test Conference: Keynote on test techniques

Today Trondheim hosts the Trondheim Test Conference. This conference is organised by the Norwegian Computer Society, Den Norske Dataforening. During my opening keynote I talked about how testers can increase their efficiency by adopting the right techniques. Strangely, when you mention … Continue reading

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Not all test techniques are test design techniques

Strangely enough, when I discus test techniques with testers, they think I’ll am talking about test design techniques. Althoug the design techniques form the inner core of our work, theBut there are far more techniques that worth using. They can … Continue reading

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Kano model

In one of my more recent blogs and column I refered to the model by professor Kano. I believe it can provide a good basis for an efficient  test strategy and maybe drive risk analysis. I found two nice video … Continue reading

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Personal invite to the Belgium testing days

On the Belgium testing days I will speak about techniques, methods and tools that we can adopt and adapt from other disciplines in order to make our testing more effective. This video is my personal invite for you to join … Continue reading

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Unpack your toolkit: becoming more effective with the right tools and techniques

Below the slides of the presentation I gave at the QA & testing conference in Bilbao. I use the technique classification model I made to explain what various tools and techniques are available to us as testers. Key point: knowing … Continue reading

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Professional tester: Is somebody leaking information?

Huib Schoots called me yesterday with questions about my article. “What article?” I asked, “how do you know?” How did he get the information, I thought. How did he get to lay his hand on my draft article? I was … Continue reading

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