Software Testing… …can often be perceived as much as an art as a science but there are certain patterns and phrases that reproduce from project to project: – Image thanks to Office365. This bug doesn’t reproduce in my Development Environment. The flip side of this is, “It’s a known bug”: when either of these are [...]
You Know You Need Testing… Like it says below, “How do you envision your product success?” So if your product is in development and you are either uncertain how to give it the testing it deserves or you don’t have the resources then drop me a line. Don’t let your software, web site, web or [...]
Can You Tell Me About Bug Tracking? As a QA Manager / Consultant I must have been asked hundreds of times which Bug Tracking Application I recommend. If only life was that simple. Answer a question with a question This kind of question triggers two thoughts usually: “Are they looking for free advice and support? [...]
Twitter Goes All Medieval on the Tweetdeck Product Line Last week Twitter, the owners of Tweetdeck posted on their blog about the discontinuation of several versions of Tweetdeck. The thrust of the article is that old technology is going the way of the dinosaur and the focus is going to be on better web experience. What [...]
RUMORS ARE FLYING… That the new iPad or is it the iPad New has serious overheating issues. Are we talking AntennaGate II here? DELTA: iPAD NEW VS iPAD2 One of the improved features seems to be the Retina Display: Apple says on their page that Retina provides a mindboggling 3.1 megapixel display. I was instantly [...]
Albeit this meme is totally last week, I had several experiences over the past few days that led me to these conclusions about the work I do. Suffice it to say that at least it isn’t more like this: hmmm coming soon “Sh*t Software Testers Say”?
When you hand over a deliverable to be tested at what point does your tester get that 1000 yard stare? I’m referring to that look in their eyes when they are in the middle of running test cases and no matter how professional, the repetitiveness overwhelms the eagerness to provide good test coverage. Take a [...]