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Over the years, I have said bad things about the term “non-functional” when used in conjunction with “requirements.” Until today my best argument is that the term “non-functional” already has a meaning – in the vernacular it means “not working.” … Continue reading
Summary: As my journey toward reconciling the two halves of my brain continues, I have realized that my left brain (the analytical half) is building scaffolding out toward my right brain (the feelings half). The rest of the story: I … Continue reading
Alternative titles: Death of the Iron Triangle Attributes Testing for Software Quality Driven Development Part 1: Using test matrices to prioritize your testing and risk taking Part 2: Iron Triangle demise: Project constraints are product variables, too Part 3: Flow … Continue reading
“So, what do you do?” asks the company president. Influential people ask these things. It’s a valid question and deserves a solid answer AND it is a great opportunity gain a strong ally. She truly wants to know my general … Continue reading
Quality ownership scenarios for developers large and small.
Discussion to follow.
A recent tweet claimed, rightly, that we testers lose effectiveness when we cannot describe what we do and what we are doing. I agree. And toward having a general response to that “What do you do?” question, I submit the … Continue reading