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Michael Bolton
I solve testing problems that other people can't solve, and I teach people how they can do it too.
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Michael Bolton 8h
Replying to @bernhard_burger
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Michael Bolton 19h
Replying to @wildergonzo
Thank YOU, Wilder. It was great to meet you, and to have you participating in the class.
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Wilder Gonzales 20h
Some time following 's work and I finally had the opportunity to take a RST explored course with him, just one word, brilliant!, thanks Michael.
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Michael Bolton 23h
Replying to @leohepis
I’m pointing out that ML models are only as good as the training, validation, and testing data AND programming AND the critical thinking applied to them.
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Michael Bolton Jun 15
How many retweets can I give this?
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Michael Bolton Jun 15
Almost. The real problem is a bit more subtle. Like this: How machine learning works Interviewer: What’s your biggest strength? Me: I’m fast learner. Interviewer: What’s 11 * 11 Me: 65 Interviewer: not even close. It’s 126 Me: It’s 126.
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Michael Bolton Jun 15
Replying to @bbogsnes
It’s not clear that any of these is necessarily better. There is always *marketing*.
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Michael Bolton Jun 15
Replying to @DMGreenlees
You’re forgetting the key question: to whom is the money for the certification exam going?
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Michael Bolton Jun 15
Replying to @TestPappy
In RST, we take the Q2 position that since quality is value to some person, your view of quality *inevitably* influences your testing. As long as we are human beings, it could not be otherwise. So: to find problems that matter to people, broaden your view of quality into Q2.
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Alan Richardson Jun 14
Just played with new Black Box Puzzle. And you can too
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Michael Bolton Jun 14
In Rapid Software Testing, we urge testers to adopt not only a technical but also a social science view. *Our software affects people*. Please read this article. Please read ’s /Artificial Unintelligence/. Please read Harry Collins’ /Artifictional Intelligence/.
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Michael Bolton Jun 14
Replying to @FionaCCharles
Yes; for as long as I’ve been alive, they’ve been planning that. In about the same way that they’ve been planning colonies on Pluto, so far as I can tell.
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Michael Bolton Jun 14
Replying to @augeva @irjBright
INSANELY jealous.
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Uncle Gus Jun 14
Today, 21 years ago, right about at this time of the day i arrived in Rosslaire on my blue fiat uno full of hopes and fears. Thank you for having given me the best welcome i could have ever expected and for letting me become one of you
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Michael Bolton Jun 14
Total respect for you guys. Hey, when can I come back?! <grin>
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Michael Bolton Jun 14
This is what immigration is all about, people. And for those of you opposed to immigration, please let me say in my best Canadian voice: take a hike, eh?
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Michael Bolton Jun 14
Replying to @somesheep
You may be confusing popularity with ubiquity. ;)
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Michael Bolton Jun 14
Replying to @s_colson
<grin>
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Michael Bolton Jun 14
My remarks on “digital transformation” appear to have struck a chord. No better example of it than this, from the brilliant BBC series W1A. I cried laughing the first time I saw this. See it on a non-phone so subtitles are visible.
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Michael Bolton Jun 14
Replying to @s_colson
Okay, but don’t you mean “embiggen”?
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