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Mor Korem
Testing enthusiast | Quality promoter | Tester in heart and soul
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Mor Korem Nov 19
Replying to @AgileTD
Creating testing awesomeness 🦄
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Mor Korem Nov 17
Replying to @mikelyles
That's awesome!
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Mor Korem Nov 15
The only hotel-lobby that feels like home.
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Mor Korem Nov 11
Mike, your workshop was super interesting. I enjoyed it very much. Hope to meet you again in future conferences.
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Mor Korem Nov 9
Agile testing days is again over. Soon, I will be heading back home. People ask me why do I spend my time, effort and money on this conference. My answer is: At , I am continuously inspired by the hour. Amazing community making testing awesomeness. Thank you, !
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Mor Korem Nov 8
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José Díaz Nov 8
team! The best ever! No stress, no rush, just love and fun! THANK YOU!
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Mor Korem Nov 8
Learning to ask questions can be powerful. Asking questions can change your world.
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Mor Korem Nov 8
Buying a book will not help your progress. You must plan your learning and define what you want to achieve and how.
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Mor Korem Nov 8
Life provides us with short term goals. As oppose to what we want to do, which are long term goals.
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Mor Korem Nov 8
Not choosing is also a choice.
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Mor Korem Nov 8
Speedback. Improving continuously & fast.
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Mor Korem Nov 8
Replying to @wildtests @Maaikees
I like it!
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Mor Korem Nov 8
Stop calling software testing "quality assurance". Quality cannot be assured.
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Mor Korem Nov 8
We should be prepared to be challenged on the value we bring as testers.
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Mor Korem Nov 7
Help yourself. There are different ways to do that.
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Mor Korem Nov 7
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Mor Korem Nov 7
Different people speak different senses verbally. Do you express your emotions? Or maybe what you visualize, smell, taste or hear?
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Mor Korem Nov 7
We should invest in our testing skills, to prevent testing from becoming no more than a ritual.
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Mor Korem Nov 7
I got my unicorn duck! Thanks
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