Tag Archives: Test design

Next gen testers don’t know waterfall

Next gen testers don’t know waterfall is the title of the new blog by Federico Toledo. Is that a bad thing you might ask. In his blog Federico takes a statement that I made during the TestingUy conference and adds his own … 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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Agile and testing

For the Bits & Chips magazine I wrote an article in which I describe three different test teams. All three are working in an Agile environment and all three teams experience their work in a different manner. In this article … Continue reading

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