November 2021 QASIG Meeting – Carlos Fontenot, Communicating Effectively in Distributed Environments

*Please note – this is a partial recording. The full slide deck is available below. November QASIG – Communicating Effectively in a Distributed EnvironmentPresented by Carlos Fontenot Carlos’ Slide Deck Carlos’ LinkedIn Profile We were excited to welcome Carlos Fontenot, Development Manager with CommerceHub with a deep background in Test. Carlos shared an experience report...

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September 2021 QASIG Meeting – Joy Shafer, Herding Cats

Slide Deck: HerdingCats_Sept2021 Tech people have a reputation as being Introverted, sensitive, neurotic, quirky, and difficult to manage. These same people are usually highly intelligent, analytical, creative, innovative, and have a strong work ethic. Both of these descriptions are generalities of course and may not reflect reality at all, nevertheless, managing technical people is sometimes...

May 2021 Virtual QASIG: Exploratory Test Automation

“Exploratory Test Automation” (ETA) may sound strange or even self-contradictory, but the idea is not new. In fact, if you have ever used a fuzzer or a ‘monkey’ program to type in random strings looking for crashes in an application, you were using a type of exploratory test automation. In the past 20 years, ETA...

November 2020 Virtual QASIG – Teaching Testing To Programmers

Teaching Testing To Programmers. What Sticks, And What Slides Off? A Journey From Teflon To Velcro. Presented by Rob Sabourin and Monica Wodzislawski Fresh from PNSQC in Portland, Rob Sabourin, AmiBug.com and McGill University, Montreal, Canada, and Mónica Wodzislawski, Centro Ensayos de Software (Software Testing Center), Uruguay and Universidad del la Republica (University of the...

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