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How much time would you guess an average programmer spends on debugging code? The few studies I’ve looked at estimate around 50% of the time. This is a great insight to improve one’s efficiency. [...]
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The #TestingGuild2018 conference just kicked off – 100% online filled with testing Awesomeness organized by Joe Colantonio.
Tomorrow at the conference I’ll be sharing a story illustrating the importance for testers to be technical.
15+ years of coding experience, two dozen testing tools?
While there are a lot of opinions on the subject, I try to go for the essentials
1. Algorithm design aptitude. If our framework is in Java, I’m not focusing on Java developers only. […]
The Journey of a technical tester
Story of a hypothetical tester learning over his career to become more tech savvy and improving his craft
While testing in any shape or form is certainly adding value, but getting the most out of it is something entirely different
More than often I’ve seen teams having no idea where to focus testing on
In the #TestingGuild2018 conference I’ll be presenting […]
“Just because something works, doesn’t mean it can’t be improved”
And improve we must
Automation frameworks in an extremely volatile environment
Unless you keep up with the change, big problems are in store