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Jesper
🇩🇰🧷| MS in CS| him/his/cis. Manages testing of all kinds of IT projects at . Non-commercial. Topics: testing, LEGO, Star Wars, RPA, business strategy.
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Jesper 10h
Using Pioneers, Settlers, Town Planners to describe innovation in the testing practice.
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Jesper Apr 20
Replying to @gwendiagram @choibot
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Jesper Apr 20
If we only see testing as part of building bespoke software we fail – we fail to see the horizontal and vertical contexts on a , where the testing disciplines can add similar value and impact.
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BenjaminP.Taylor🇪🇺 Apr 20
In Sweeping War on Obesity, Chile Slays Tony the Tiger
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Jesper Apr 19
Replying to @michaelbolton
Yeah. It’s obviously for some partial agreement of what is “work” and ditto of “before”... and then implied “works now”.
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Meg Apr 17
Real life conversation with an admin: So, your people are teleworking, how do you know they’re working? Answer: the work gets done? Q: but, how do you know they’re working the whole time A: the work gets done. Just trust your people, they’ll do the work if you let them.
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Jesper Apr 19
Replying to @michaelbolton @ameter
I deal with things like that at work... Answering the question: does is work as before.. just different .. (location ;) when we move it around.
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Jeff Nyman Apr 18
I'm still concerned about how testers are engaging with AI and ML. This article tries to showcase some of that. I'm balancing between being a natural enthusiast but also a pragmatic skeptic.
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XKCD Comic Apr 17
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Jesper Apr 17
Replying to @BrickFanatics
my drug would be the original content 😇😅
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Jesper Apr 17
Replying to @j19sch
how's value "calculated"? What is it relative to? if the cost of changing it is higher than leaving it it as it is. then that difference might be the "value"... see also:
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Jesper Apr 16
Tillykke til jer begge! . .. og så yndig' ser de ud!
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Jesper Apr 16
Replying to @DavidoHogberg
also some in
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Jesper Apr 15
Replying to @TestSheepNZ
To help my teenager to remember the good things, I have printed(!) pictures of good experiences and stuck then on his wall right above the computer screen :D
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Jesper Apr 15
Replying to @TestSheepNZ
Perhaps reward your self a little bit when you focus on something positive? I'm saving for a LEGO car, but it can also be marsh mellows .. every nudge counts.
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Jesper Apr 15
rework a task list app (like ) or something automation?
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Troy Hunt Apr 15
I've been talking a lot lately about the risks parents expose their kids to by buying technology products and services designed for monitoring them. There is no better illustration of that than this:
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DHH Apr 10
Textbook case of state capture. Depressing. Did you know that the majority of Danes don't even have to manually file a tax return, unless they have amendments to what the government already knows about their income and assets?
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Jesper Apr 9
"when someone talks about a problem, you can identify a value that is actually held high by that person" by
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Mr. Weasel Apr 8
It was almost five years ago exactly that and I attempted to start a podcast. The support we have from all three of our listeners has been fantastic. Here's a sample of the support of our upcoming 100th episode. Thank you everyone.
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