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Hexawise is a software test design tool that helps teams achieve more thorough testing using as few tests as possible. CEO's new twitter account is
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Hexawise May 7
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Hexawise May 4
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Hexawise May 3
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Hexawise May 2
Book Review of "Explore It!" Elisabeth Hendrickson's Excellent Book on
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Hexawise May 1
Getting Started with a Plan When Faced with a Combinatorial Explosion
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Hexawise Apr 30
Presentation on Soap Opera Testing by
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Hexawise Apr 27
How to Model and Test CRUD (Create, Read, Update and Delete) Functionality
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Hexawise Apr 26
Maximizing Value by Letting Them Spend More Time Thinking
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Hexawise Apr 25
3 Strategies to Maximize Effectiveness of Your
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Hexawise Apr 24
Testing Smarter with... interview of "Testing isn’t just operating a product and looking for bugs. Testing involves modeling and questioning and studying, making inferences, challenging beliefs."
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Hexawise Apr 23
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Hexawise Apr 22
Presentation on Soap Opera Testing by
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Hexawise Apr 20
Ten Reasons to Use and Cheat Sheets
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Hexawise Apr 19
Hexawise Tip: Using Value Expansions and Value Pairs to Handle Dependent Values
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Hexawise Apr 18
Maximize Test Coverage Efficiency And Minimize the Number of Tests Needed
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Hexawise Apr 17
Testing Smarter with Mike Bland, formerly of Google. "The top objective is to make the right thing the easy thing. Once people have the knowledge and power to do the right thing the right way, they won’t require... coercion"
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Hexawise Apr 16
We maintain a Twitter list of experts that have appeared in our Testing Smarter with... series of interviews. Follow a collection of their tweets using
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James O'Malley Apr 12
Please, don't approach testing like a tour boat driver, but put on your exploration hat like Ferdinand Magellan did. He set out with a charter to discover a western sea route to the Spice Islands, but he discovered much more which he documented, then set out on new charters.
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Hexawise Apr 12
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Hexawise Apr 11
Combinatorial Explosions Explained (with a example)
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