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Jesper
Manages testing of all kinds of IT projects at . Tweets about testing, LEGO, Star Wars, RPA and strategies too. Tweets non-commercial.
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Jamie and Lion Feb 15
Quick question... is the preference for ‘Parent’ or ‘person with children’?
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Jesper Feb 15
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
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XKCD Comic Feb 13
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Simon Wardley #EEA Feb 12
Replying to @swardley
It's like spending five years living in a drop dead gorgeous Manhattan penthouse and then announcing that you can't live there anymore because you've never cleaned it or emptied the rubbish and your new plan is to drive across a desert to go live in a cardboard box.
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Jesper Feb 12
Replying to @beatngu1101
exactly :D. Most my contexts aren't as trivial as http status codes and login screens. It's full of implicit & tacit business rules that are costly to codify.
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Jesper Feb 12
Replying to @beatngu1101
super interesting. And the added set theories in your MoT piece tickles my brain. Will have to look into it!
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Ministry of Testing Feb 7
Replying to @ministryoftest
We’ll continue to work hard to make accessible to as many potential speakers as possible.
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Nigel Barron Feb 7
Spotify's Podcast Aggregation Play Spotify is making a major move into podcasts, where it appears to have clear designs to be the sort of Aggregator it cannot be when it comes to music.
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Johan Jonasson Feb 6
Best non-existent German word that should totally be made a real word: Schadenfreudewunschdenken!
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Jesper Feb 5
Ordering stickers for the Copenhagen meetup! Get some for your meetup too with a discount at
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Anders Dinsen Feb 4
Next Copenhagen meetup is now up for March 11th with coming over to share "It's just too slow: Mobile application performance testing"
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Joel Montvelisky Jan 31
We just release the 2019 State of Testing Survey, as with every year we need your help in 2 THINGS: (1) Go and fill it out with your inputs and experience & (2) Please spread the word, to all your testing friends and ask them to do the same.
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Jesper Jan 28
interesting tool seems to move the borders of what can be automated by test engineers. Which is nice. Most test I'm involved in recently, it's the business testing most things. they don't now CLI.. but they do know the domain.
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Johan Jonasson Jan 27
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Neurodivergent Rebel 🧠 Jan 25
- What autism stereotypes do you defy?
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tim Jan 25
our society is going to cannibalize itself gleefully and by design
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Marc W Van Goethem Jan 24
Trying to be an adult and read a scientific paper and your wife does this...
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Eric Alper Jan 24
Being a 90s kid will make you remember this.
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Jesper Jan 24
Replying to @charrett
yeah, Gartner. It's Pay to be included, so the results are accordingly. Notice that good ol' microFocus UFT is missing too. otoh Selenium & Appium should be there - but then they are OSS
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Jesper Jan 24
QOTD: It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it. (Upton Sinclair)
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