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Ongoing improvement of a software testing team

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alon Fridman Waisbard Jul 8, 2012. 18 Replies

I guess, as individuals, everyone of us here is engaged in constant learning, via blogs, forums, books etc.But what are we doing in our workplaces?Do you have some weekly scheduled learning activity?…Continue

getting into a new job - keep old practices?

Started this discussion. Last reply by halperinko Jan 25, 2012. 12 Replies

hi everyone,I'm about to start working as a "QA Software Tester" in a new company. it's going to be my second job in total as a software tester (worked ~6 years in the previous company). since it…Continue

 

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Alon Fridman Waisbard replied to Andy Glover's discussion Playing with software
"Andy, I agree that it might have a negative effect, so I never use it, and doing my best to make others see the problem with using it. I have to say that I've noticed that also Exploratory Testing or Context Driven Testing suffer from bad…"
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"I think that this non-creative stereotype is based on the idea that testers simply confirm that the software "does what it's supposed to do" by going step by step over some functionality documentation. The way I see it, most critical…"
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Alon Fridman Waisbard commented on Alon Fridman Waisbard's blog post Some Thoughts About Regression Testing
"Thank you Jeff for the good words, and for adding more clarifications about the added value of each type of testing (the new feature validation vs. the "checklist" regression)."
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Jeff Lucas commented on Alon Fridman Waisbard's blog post Some Thoughts About Regression Testing
"Thank you for this post, Alon. I agree with you're comment that regression testing has to be a combination of automated and manual approaches. I think the primary purpose of regression testing is to uncover interactions in the software or…"
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Alon Fridman Waisbard commented on Alon Fridman Waisbard's blog post Some Thoughts About Regression Testing
"Hi Mike Meurs, I totally agree with your last sentence, regression testing is just a classic case of miss calculating the cost of "not-doing" something."
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Mike Meurs commented on Alon Fridman Waisbard's blog post Some Thoughts About Regression Testing
"Hi Alon Fridman Waisbard,  That's in my opinion a nice post, tying together testing and checking - in this case focused on regression testing. I think this line can be drawn further. When we talk about probing an application for possible…"
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Some Thoughts About Regression Testing

Following Rob Lambert's recent blog post: Exploratory Regression Testing, I wanted to write down some of my own thoughts about this issue. There were 2 events that made me re-think about regression testing before that post:1. Michael Bolton tweeted a couple of months ago:"There are at least two kinds of regression…See More
Aug 20, 2012
Alon Fridman Waisbard replied to Aleksis Tulonen's discussion Mind map of testers in Twitter
"Cool map! I tried to add myself, but only succeeded in adding my location. So now I'm known as 31.749226, 35.187523 :)"
Aug 20, 2012
Alon Fridman Waisbard replied to Alon Fridman Waisbard's discussion Ongoing improvement of a software testing team
"Hi Kobi, Thanks for you comment. The DB with ideas for improvement sounds like a very good idea, I just want to understand better what you mean. Do you use a defect management system for this? Is it just a share repository of ideas for improvement?…"
Jul 8, 2012
halperinko replied to Alon Fridman Waisbard's discussion Ongoing improvement of a software testing team
"Hey Alon, Read colleagues Bugs, Perform short debriefing per task (SBTM like), Set time to read Articles, Forums and Blogs - RSS feeds can be a great help in finding these. Keep track of ideas you did not get to solve - and tackle them…"
Jul 8, 2012
Alon Fridman Waisbard replied to Alon Fridman Waisbard's discussion Ongoing improvement of a software testing team
"Hi Garrett. Thanks for your comment. Well, first of all I'd say I envy you for the privilege you have to share an office with your product manager. I can imagine your brainstorming sessions yield most of the good ideas, and prevent defects in…"
Jun 28, 2012
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Some Thoughts About Regression Testing

Posted on August 20, 2012 at 21:43 4 Comments

Following Rob Lambert's recent blog post: Exploratory Regression Testing, I wanted to write down some of my own thoughts about this issue. There were 2 events that made me re-think about regression testing before that post:

1. Michael Bolton tweeted a couple of months ago:

"There are at…

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