Software Tester | Conference Speaker | Dungeon Master
Why I’m talking to Developers about Exploratory Testing
Listening at conferences, reading through articles detailing how large companies like Facebook have no testers and seeing job specs asking for automation and coding skills only you’d almost think that manual testing is dead; but it’s definitely alive and kicking. Manual testing has shifted from confirmation of behaviour being right or wrong to the investigation…
I over achieve but you don’t have to
I’ve recently seen a lot of conversations about quiet quitting, a phenomenon where people seemingly give up and do the minimum because they’re disengaged. Isn’t this problematic, it could be seen as saying “if you don’t over achieve then you’re not doing enough”.
Testing Horror Stories
As spooky season draws in and we’re beset by the things that go bump in the night it’s time to discuss our testing horror stories. Gather round children and listen to these tales of terror as you quake in fear.
An Introduction to Chaos Engineering for Testers
Chaos Engineering is the discipline of exploring your system to see how it handles turbulent conditions in live. It’s actually pretty easy to do and is really valuable tool in your testing toolbox.