Continuing where the previous introductory post left off, we continue to discuss the epic battle between the ruthless testing automation machines and the brave manual testing of the human QA army. To make it fair on both sides and let them wage their battles, let’s see what makes each of them so great and vice […]
One of the songs by New Zealand’s Flight of the Chonchords, which is by the way an amazing show that music and Borat fans must watch, is about how in the distant future, the year 2000, the humans are dead. Robots used poisonous gasses to poison our a$$es. Robotic beings rule the world and the […]
Not sure how many of you noticed the blog’s sidebar, if at all, but there is a bunch of cool stuff there! Seriously!
The king of cool is a rather useful link called Dev & QA Tools. It contains a nice list of the wonderful tools we use in Testuff for RnD and testing. I’m sure […]
Sending out the word of mouth about Testuff to the further reaches of cyberspace has yielded some stimulating feedback. Out of all things that are Testuff though, what seems to really get people are the smallest things of all – the Testuff icons.
Selected testimonials below:
The GUI is a bit colorful and kitschy – it’s recommended […]
Just watched James Bach’s lecture on Becoming a Software Testing Expert and had a major blast. I love this guy’s ruthless honesty, geeky sense of humor, and the references he drops all over the place from philosophy, sci-fi, films, and whatnot. Hell, even if you don’t care about becoming a software testing expert, watch his […]
I f*#$ed up. I wrote a simple script to send post sale emails to our customers, letting them know we are here to help in case they have any questions or suggestions. The script was supposed to pull out registrants who registered over 2 weeks ago and to whom we have not sent such an […]
Ran across this funny piece entitled The Top 20 replies by programmers when their programs don’t work. Sad but true:
20. “That’s weird…”
19. “It’s never done that before.”
18. “It worked yesterday.”
17. “How is that possible?”
16. “It must be a hardware problem.”
15. “What did you type in wrong to get it to crash?”
14. “There is something funky […]
As I was testing away our brand new shiny Testuff 0.9, I was wondering about the everlasting question in our profession, what makes a good tester? What qualities are needed for the acest QA of them all? Maybe arrogantly, what is it that makes me a good tester?
I don’t think this answer can be summed […]