Software testing is not… finding bugs part 4.

Reading Time: 3 minutesSoftware testing is not… Software testing is not … part 2. Software testing is not … part 3. Software testing is not … finding bugs This is one of the first things that I thought in software testing – that our job is to find bugs or defects. It’s true, but it took me some time, couple of books and a lot of hours reading different resources in order to figure out it’s not just that. To claim the above is like […]

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Software testing is not … part 3.

Reading Time: 4 minutesLinks to the previous two parts: Software testing is not… Software testing is not … part 2. Software testing is not activity that could be performed by irreplaceable robots. I can say for sure that this is one of the most incorrect statements in testing and also one of the most toxic ones. Of course no body is saying that, no body is that dumb, but it is based on a false assumptions and it produces a lot of other […]

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Software testing is not … part 2.

Reading Time: 3 minutesSoftware testing is not … part 1. I am moving towards next couple of branches from the mind map that I posted in first post of the series of “Software testing is not…”. You can find the mind map following the link up here. Software testing is not … quality assurance. I wrote about it in the “Quality guardian” part of Outdated testing concepts, so I will really try not to repeat, but build on the statements made there. I […]

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Some kick ass blog posts from last week #12

Reading Time: 2 minutesAnd we are going back to some kick ass blog posts from the last week: Another great article by James Christie on a book called “The utopia of rules”, by David Graeber. The article makes cross references between the book and some testing issues, that James addressed in the past in some of his talks in CAST and other conferences. From what I’ve red in the article so far, I definitely  want to take a look on the book. David […]

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Results for State of testing 2016 survey are live.

Reading Time: 1 minuteHello everyone, I was a contributor for this years State of testing survey. You might see the posts in social media and on my blog to go to the official site and fill in the survey. In case you didn’t, you can now go and see what you missed to be part of 😀 The state of testing survey is an annual survey that Joel Montvelisky and Tea time with testers magazine make and it is by far one of the valuable […]

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On trolls and men. Summary of a lightning talk.

Reading Time: 5 minutesI had my first talk at a conference hooray! It was exciting, it was interesting and it was challenging for me. So, having in mind my inability to write short stuff and the way I always add more and more, my lightning talk preparation really helped me master a new skill and not try to squeeze 30 min lecture in 5 mins. The conference is called QA challenge accepted and is a local conference about software testing in Bulgaria, where I am […]

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Software testing is not…

Reading Time: 7 minutesSoftware testing is not … part 2. Software testing is not … part 3. Software testing is not… finding bugs part 4 Software testing is not … playing. Part 5 Software testing is not … easy to explain. Last part. This post might be considered  a follow-up to Outdated testing concepts, but with it I’d like to switch the perspective to a bit more general view. After the above mentioned series were published, I went through a lot of feedback, comments […]

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Some kick ass blog posts from last week #11

Reading Time: 2 minutesHello, here’s the new portion of kick ass blog posts: Software testing isn’t just a set of skills that we all read about in testing books and white papers, there’s a large variety of skills that we primarily don’t relate to testing, but might benefit our testing in a great way. Simon Knight made a great point about it in his post here: 7 Things Awesome Testers do That Don’t Look Like Testing Another great post by Michael Bolton in the […]

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Some kick ass blog posts from last week #10

Reading Time: 2 minutesHey there guys yaaay 10 kick ass blog posts already, I can’t believe I did something 10 times consistently without failing at least once. Here’s the list of posts for this week: Jeff Nyman with a great post about WebDriverJS and the use of call backs and promises, really interesting if you are into JavaScript: WebDriver in JavaScript with Promises Great talk from Test Bash NY 2015 by Keith Klain  on the lessons learned on selling software testing. It is a […]

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Some kick ass blog posts from last week #9

Reading Time: 2 minutesHey there, here’s the new portion of kick ass blog posts from the previous week: Really amazing start of this weeks roundup and really good post by James Thomas. It shows in a wonderful way how opposition in science and testing can drive us to reconsideration of our positions and stating our ideas more clearly. Definitely a must read: Bug-Free Software? Go For It! Another interesting post by Albert Gareev on accessibility testing and the fact that tools might only cover small part […]

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