Parkinson’s law in software testing
Coffee was brewing for the third time. It was dead silent in the dorms. Only a dim screen lit the room and steady tap of the keyboard took…
Feb 18, 2019 / 4min read. Read More
If tradition trumps the common sense
It’s uncanny how easily tradition trumps common sense. Just recently I had a chat with a friend. He told about how he had started in the…
Jan 15, 2019 / 2min read. Read More
Testing is a game of chance
Her life hung by a thread. It really was a miracle that she lives to tell the story. A few years back, a friend of mine got a stroke. It…
Jan 09, 2019 / 2min read. Read More
Automation will slice you up.
William Murdoch began experimenting with using coal gas as a way to illuminate the city streets in 1790. It took years to perfect his…
Dec 20, 2018 / 2min read. Read More
Strangest toolkit for testing professionals
Remember the old thought experiment? ‘If a tree falls down in the forest, and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
Nov 07, 2018 / 2min read. Read More
The epic E and agile development
I grew up listening to the Beatles. It’s not that I was a big fan, but I spent much time playing with my cousins down the street. Their dad…
Sep 28, 2018 / 2min read. Read More
Software testing and the Deming experiment.
I recently saw an interesting video of a lecture by Dr. W. Edwards Deming where he spoke about his infamous Red Bead Experiment. The simple…
Sep 07, 2018 / 3min read. Read More
Creating opportunities for testing.
I was in Croatia on the Sunday of the finals. And oh boy Croatians knew how to celebrate. To me it seemed like they won!
Aug 10, 2018 / 3min read. Read More