Rapid Software Testing – Before

This is the first in a series of posts on my experiences of RST and the TestBash conference this week. I’m on my way to Brighton today, to facilitate Rapid Software Testing, led by Michael Bolton. I’m nervous about that, but I’m more nervous about this.  My day is off to a great start. Overslept […]

Distance Learning

Hey testers. It’s been a while since I have blogged last. This has mostly been because of such a massive workload, but also various personal events taking place. I normally blog when either I feel that I have something to share, or if I have a reaction to something I have learned – such as […]

The MEWTation of Communication

It’s taken a while for me to digest and understand the impact of attending MEWT a couple of weeks ago now. I normally try and blog quickly after an event, whilst my memory, notes and personal response are fresh. In this case, I haven’t been able to do so. Visiting a conference or attending a […]

Promiscuity and the tester

Last week I had the great fortune of attending the London Tester Gathering, where first time speaker Mark Winteringham was leading the discussion with a great talk about mental models around testing tools. A write up and copy of his slides are here: What’s So Great about Webdriver He was talking about how using Webdriver […]