The Ultimate Test?

The other night I went to see First Man, the Neil Armstrong biopic, directed by Damien Chazelle, and starring Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy.  Without going into too much about the plot (basically the follows Armstrong’s life during the Gemini and Appollo Missions)  and quality of the film, I can tell you it is an absolute […]

A community in contrast

I’ve not blogged recently for various reasons, both personal and professional. But on the anniversary of my blog, I want to return with a more positive attitude to it after a fallow period. This is a quick blog as way of a catch up over the last few months activities (other than my professional and personal […]

Something for the weekend, sir?

In what seems to now have been a storming comeback, the European chapter of Weekend Testing was a breath of fresh air in the learning opportunities for testers. You can find a link to the latest session here. Ably facilitated by Amy Phillips (@itjustbroke) and Neil Studd (@neilstudd) the session was dynamic and a great […]

Reinventing Regression

Manual regression testing has always been a burden for testers. It’s one of the practical problems that we face, where there is a gap at the top of your testing pyramid that can’t be checked using automation. At NVM we have a suite of automated tests which do a lot of the leg work with […]