I was recently a judge at ISTC, the Israeli Testing Cup finals. So how does one judge testing? What makes some testers better than others? A few things to note about the competition, which differentiates the testing situation from regular work: The team is presented with a product to test that they know nothing about, apart
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I’ve started a new series on Everyday Unit Testing, this time it’s on the strategic plan of rolling out unit testing implementation as a process in an organization. The first post is about defining the goals right. Check it out.
I had a lovely time at Agile Prague. The highlight for me was meeting Woody Zuill, especially the part where we discuss old computers and testing in all forms. On a boat. You can find the slides for “Creating Unit Testing Strategy” and “TDD Patterns” on the Everyday Unit Testing site.
Had a swell time at QAGeekWeek. Here are the slides.
New post over at Everyday Unit Testing: Testing is not a phase! We test all the time, and we test everything.!
My interview on InfoQ about “Test-first approaches with TDD and BDD” is live. Go check it out. And come to the Agile Practitioners conference to experience these things yourselves!
Or is it MOAR? Check out the new post (and example) on Everyday Unit Testing. It’s fresh!
A new post on “Everyday Unit Testing”, this time touching more on holistic strategy analysis. Check it out!
It’s a great privilege to be a featured author on DZone’s 2015 edition of Code Quality and Software Agility. Along with other cool articles and infographics, you can find my “Refactoring in a Legacy Code Jungle” article there.
I’ve got the final part of the Creating Unit Testing Strategy series on Everyday Unit Testing. This time we look at test review and knowledge sharing. It’s only got one squirrel. Check it out!