Truth. Oscar Wilde said it best I think: ‘The truth is rarely pure and never simple.’ MEWT…In terms of vehement debates at the recent MEWT gathering in Nottingham, probably the talk which generated the most […]
As a tester, you might recognise this feeling. The world wants your tests to “pass.” Developers, Product Owners, Project Managers, Executives, everyone is looking at you, waiting for you, wanting the tests to “pass.” Wanting […]
Just give me a ball park? Yankee Stadium.
Two of my favourite estimation conversations (roles are indicative, not pointing fingers).The What Is It?Project Manager: “How long will it take you to test our disaster recovery solution?”Me: “What’s your disaster recovery solution?”Project Manager: “We […]
‘Scaling agile’ appears to be the latest organisational obsession. I appear beset on all sides by the latest scaling framework for agile ways of working. SAFe, LeSS and even DAD are examples of acronym driven […]
Reviewed – The Testers Pocketbook by Paul Gerrard
I had heard a great deal about this little book. Some who had read it appreciated its premise, some were in fairly fundamental disagreement. If a text generates polar opposites of agreement, then that immediately […]