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Jean Ann Harrison
Software Tester, Mobile Testing, Quality Assurance Engr, Mobile Marketing Strategist, Sports Fanatic, former Adult Competitive Figure Skater
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Jean Ann Harrison 14h
Can anyone share any details about how they go about testing on devices or systems? This would be for & . Would love to learn of stories regarding approaches.
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lisacrispin May 24
I'm excited that published my article on "Getting testing bottlenecks out of your pipelines"! Shout-outs & references - , , , , ,
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Jean Ann Harrison 15h
Replying to @blackrov2sum
It's important to review log files to understand what happens when. I find studying log files to be extremely helpful to tell me exactly where bugs occur. Sometimes logs can show exactly where and what intermittent bugs occur.
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Jean Ann Harrison 16h
It's not fun but sometimes it is very necessary to spend time reviewing and studying log files to find out what is wrong or the very least to isolate bugs. This might help to help diagnose and locate bugs.
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Jean Ann Harrison May 24
Has anyone done of the and various conditions? How about testing conditions? Any ideas of conceptual conditions to consider?
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Ajay Balamurugadas May 23
May-July is busy with Workshops, Talks, Meetups, and Conferences. Thank you
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Jean Ann Harrison May 24
Why do those who run think they understand what kind of is required? I just was arguing w/a project mgr who tried to convince me that leveraging requirements & testing does include for a new release. UGH! 🙄
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Sully Sullenberger May 23
Being able to quickly and intelligently answer impromptu questions is a skill you can improve upon with practice. via
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lisacrispin May 22
I love it when I google to learn something I don't really know how to do and the first thing that pops up is written by someone I know. In this case , on how to deal with A/B testing in your automated tests.
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Sully Sullenberger May 21
Some great tips in this article for women when traveling alone. via
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Barack Obama May 20
Here’s a great story: While we’ve still got a lot of work to do to make college affordable for everyone, that didn’t stop Robert F. Smith from seizing an opportunity to make a difference. He’s erasing the student loan debt for this year’s grads.
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Leah Remini May 20
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Anne-Marie Charrett May 18
Here's an example of how to move the craft of software testing forward. Deep discussions and sharing ideas. Looking forward to it!
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Pradeep Soundararajan May 19
A day well spent. There are plenty of testers who spent their Sunday to learn. Gives me a lot of hope. Brightens the future.
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Sully Sullenberger May 19
Leaders of an ethical organization understand it’s not just about beliefs held, but about designing the organization with ethics in mind from the ground up. via
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Jean Ann Harrison May 19
Replying to @Debiskates
I'm speaking to companies who seek technological candidates...as this is what Pradeep & I have experience in doing. 😁 Sports owners pay less for their pkayers than what is expected of them. Friend who played baseball told me, expenses they are responsible for are overwhelming
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Jean Ann Harrison May 19
Question I have is why are not developers their own code at least to the point of checking to make sure there aren't bugs against the design.
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Prahlad Yeri May 19
Replying to @CodeWisdom
Beware of bugs in ALL kinds of code, irrespective of whether its tried or not. There isn't only one use case to test a program or code.
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Santhosh Tuppad May 18
How to practice the Security Mindset? I can only share my experience and tips which you can pick from. Or else I can teach you to perform tests and you can watch me test. There's no silver bullet to learning anything to perform better. This is what I think.
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Jean Ann Harrison May 19
Plus most American companies don't want nor expect to have to pay for talent or experience. Instead, they expect candidates will automatically accept what they offer. Talent, experience and skill building costs $$$.
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