I keep hearing about automation. But when testers describe automation to me, it always seems to be the same kind of thing: a simulated user. It’s like if people advocating for nutrition only talked about carrots. Carrot juice, carrot sticks, boiled carrots, baby carrots, carrots on a string, carrot salad, carrot cake… Eventually, you have...
How Many Hammers Do I Need? Presented by Jeffrey Copeland Nineteenth-century writer Thomas Carlyle noted “Man is a tool-using animal. Without tools he is nothing, with tools he is all.” Jeffrey Copeland has lately been considering the contrapositive: is someone with too many tools less effective? For our current purpose, the question becomes “how many […]
Scientific Basis for Testing with Immediate Implications, Scott Gibson This presentation addresses the core fundamentals of QA that are often misunderstood and misapplied. What is the purpose of software testing? How should testing professionals operate to achieve this purpose? A scientific approach to testing using the scientific method and empirical falsification will be presented with […]
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