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Jesper
Manages testing of all kinds of IT projects at . Non-commercial. Topics: testing, LEGO, Star Wars, RPA, business strategy. him/his/cis.
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Jesper Jun 14
Replying to @Arborosa
It did look like copenhagen, but wasn’t sure
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Elena Ivan Jun 14
Do more of the things that make people say “grow up”
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Jesper Jun 14
2019 State of Testing: "we are finally starting to focus on the holistic concept of product and process quality"
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Rosie Sherry Jun 13
It’s that time of year again that LinkedIn reminds me how long and the original has been going. 12 years!
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Mads Kristensen Jun 12
When technology for good and efficiency becomes...something else.
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Anders Dinsen Jun 12
I'm honored to present my critique of the way we think testing and what the great German philosopher Immanuel Kant has to offer at this years !
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EuroSTAR Conferences Jun 12
Discover the basics of Kant’s philosophy &the deep rationality of at with
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Jesper Jun 10
In other news: the DK crown prince hosts a running event in 5 cities with 80.000 ppl. Second year of an event to get everyone out to run ... at least a mile. And that includes himself, the princess and 4 children. A royal flush for this royal family
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Jesper Jun 10
When putting together furniture I prefer automating the tedious tasks
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Dennis de Booij Jun 9
Replying to @siprior @jlottosen
Unless they have worked with you closely, no one on Twitter knows what you have been doing the whole time.
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Jesper Jun 9
.. it almost sounds as if testing has to be in a specific way, and that what you experience is wrong. That there are no failures, no scrum-fall projects or old legacy systems. It sounds like everything runs on an up-to-date CI/CD K8 tech stack Hmm.. no. It’s a mess and its ok!
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Uncle Gus Jun 8
If you’re not ashamed of what you thought last year you’re not learning fast enough
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baby beholder Jun 5
"Ladies and gentlemen" is boring and gendered. Consider replacing it with "friends and enemies." Gender neutral ✓ Exciting ✓ Informs the spies in your midst that you're on to them. ✓ Drives home the point that one is either with you or against you. ✓
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Jesper Jun 7
Replying to @Bill_Matthews
indeed. :) I also find myself working more towards outcomes and results (value faster, cheaper, better ... ) than focusing on finding problems.
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🌯 Bodil 🌯 Jun 6
Sigh. Here is your regular reminder that when someone pretending to be your uncle is spouting regressive nonsense on the internets, it's better to starve him of an audience than to broadcast his nonsense along with well-meaning takedowns that only amplify his reach.
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Jesper Jun 7
I don't care who does the testing as long as it gets done. Developers, Operation specialists, Business end users can perform it as well as professional testing specialists. My role is to coach and train those that test, and get out of the way.
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Test Masters Academy Jun 6
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01000001 01010111 Jun 6
Getting ready for , where I'll tell you why statements like: - if everyone tests, we'll go slower - developers don't have the QA mindset - developers don't have objectivity and - you need testers to reduce risk and cost Are all myths.
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Jesper Jun 5
Replying to @captainkalvis
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Jesper Jun 4
Replying to @QualityFrog
Continue with Picasa 3 anyways ? I have recently set it up on my win10 box. There’s a risk of course, regarding EOL.
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