I discovered the concept of outcome over output in 2014 through Jenny Mar’s work on OOPSI [https://jennyjmar.com/2016/04/16/bdd-discovery-and-oopsi/]. This led to Teresa Torres [https://www.producttalk.org/] awesome work on outcomes and opportunity This blog post is tagged #qualityhack. A quality hack reminds us
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Having explained the role of a software tester to a non IT person they replied: > So it’s like I’m taking my car to a garage to get serviced by a mechanic and all that the mechanic does is to find everything that needs to be fixed, tell me
This is a series of blogs posts tagged quality hack. Quality Hack is a phrase I’ve coined to emphasise the importance of focusing on delivering “good enough” software, and embracing the cult of imperfection. If you wish to contribute a post, contact me either on twitter [https://twitter.com/
I struggle to complete blog posts. Lena Wiberg [https://twitter.com/LenaPejgan] suggested we do pair-blogging on a same topic. It’s a great idea. Here’s my version. Lena’s angle is more personal and I love it. You can read it here. Thanks Lena for the suggestion. This
Pain is our bodies way of telling us to stop doing something. Stop putting your hand on a hot stove, stop hammering your thumb, stop walking into lampposts… Like it or not, our profession, software testing, unwittingly creates pain in others. Shattering illusions does that. Have you seen that look
The concept of test management sits awkwardly in agile, mostly because it’s a construct derived from the time when testing was a post-development phase, performed by independent testing teams. These teams were often of significant size, to reduce the time required to perform test execution. A test manager was
Your first child. Like many parents, I vividly recall my moment of reality when I realised my life (in a weird and wonderful way) would never be the same again. Being pregnant with my first child now feels like a time of great excitement and also great indulgence. Baby showers,