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Michael Bolton Jan 11
Replying to @michaelbolton
33) If you've hung with me for this long, thanks. That's it for today. I hope it's been helpful. Now, a word from our sponsor: me. If you'd like to develop testing skill for yourself or your team, consider Rapid Software Testing.
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Michael Bolton Jan 11
Replying to @MrAlanCooper
27) Therefore: testing (REAL testing, not just confirmation and demonstration) needs to identify problems even though the user stories (requirements, specs, marketing material, single sources of truth, etc.) don't say anything about them — or are just flat-out wrong.
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Michael Bolton Jan 11
Replying to @MrAlanCooper
26) Testing that's entirely traceable to the user stories is great if you believe that users are as deterministic, unimaginative, and trouble-free as the stories typically are. Real life isn't like that, though. Real life, and real users, are complex, volatile, messy.
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Michael Bolton Jan 11
Replying to @michaelbolton
18) When there's risk, we *probably* want to test more deeply to find problems that are hidden, rare, subtle, intermittent, emergent... and not obvious enough to be noted either in the single source of truth OR in the designs, conversations, and xDD artifacts that led to it.
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James Marcus Bach Dec 29
For any Richard Bach fans out there. I just discovered that he wrote a nonfiction book in 1975 summarizing his philosophy of life, yet never published it. I have convinced him to let me edit it and find a publisher.
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Steve Stewart-Williams Dec 3
The same facts are compatible with any number of different theories.
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Dave Huntley Dec 12
When people say risk and uncertainty, what I hear is options and opportunity. Sometimes people find that frustrating.
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Anna Royzman Dec 14
Oftentimes, when I teach my tutorials, the statement that, though our activities, we are supplying stakeholders with information for them to assess and make risk-based decisions - is taken with disbelief and amusement.
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Cognitive Edge Dec 13
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Di Dang Dec 12
Possibly the most valuable lesson I learned from consulting that I've since applied to everything else in my life: People never really know what they want. They're mostly looking to you to give them things to react to.
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Matt Barcomb Dec 13
I wish more programmers stayed at this hotel...
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Euro Testing Conf Dec 13
Jess Ingrassellino () will talk about "How Great Managers are Like Great Teachers": Get your ticket while they last!
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Nancy Kelln Dec 12
Any of my Twitter friends work for Google or know someone who does? I will be in San Fran in March with my 13 year old son. He wants a tour of Google for xmas. I'd love to make it happen for him! Can anyone help?
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Test Masters Academy Dec 12
- what is it? A nursery? An intervention squad? A test lab? What's your thoughts?
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Maaike Brinkhof Dec 11
It's 2018, but just entering one emoji during testing can break the whole freaking tech stack here. Amazing time to be alive
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Dominica DeGrandis Dec 11
Replying to @dominicad
To all the managers out there. Know that people will say, "Yes" when you ask them to do stuff - even though they have other higher priorities. Ask them what won't get done if they take on your request.
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Sarah Mei Dec 11
This is the shit that keeps me in tech, even with all the [everything]. Single 20-something dudes are fucking stupid about the world, and this shit is too important to leave to their limited imaginations.
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amy nguyen Dec 11
COWORKER: we need to find the root cause asap ME: *takes long drag* the root cause is that our processes are not robust enough to prevent a person from making this mistake COWORKER: amy please not right now
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Euro Testing Conf Dec 10
We are giving away one for full access to the two days of the conference, including travel and accommodation. You can apply here: . Deadline to apply is December 16th, 2018 23:59:00 UTC
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