Jamie Gagnon
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Performance testing QUery? not sure where to begin

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Tomlinson Sep 8, 2014. 4 Replies

hiding bugs

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Jamie Gagnon replied to Rosie Sherry's discussion If you had a month to train up a new tester, what would you do?
"Understand the test policy and Strategy used . If your company perhaps test medical equipment then testers may need to understand when to check if something complies with certain governing policies"
Mar 21
Jamie Gagnon replied to Antonio Pomare's discussion How did you "fall" into testing?
"I started of in customer services and then Technical Support.  I was working with a small company that had a Cobol built billing platform and JAVA based billing platform for mobile phone companies. Back then Tech support would quickly test new…"
Nov 23, 2015
Bas Dijkstra replied to Jamie Gagnon's discussion S.M.A.R.T drive failures how to simulate failure ion order to test
"Is there a way to mock the status response as given by the hard disk?   How does the software you're testing request the SMART data, what does the response look like and how is it interpreted?"
Feb 4, 2015
phil kirkham replied to Jamie Gagnon's discussion S.M.A.R.T drive failures how to simulate failure ion order to test
"How did the devs that wrote the s/w test it?"
Feb 3, 2015

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About Me:
Currently: Test Manager SopraSteria

ISTQB Certified- Advanced Test Manager with 12 years test experience, of which 6 years have been in Software Test Management within small businesses, and a year’s experience of Operational Acceptance Test Management based in the banking sector.

I am well versed in various testing methodologies such as, V-Model, Waterfall and Agile. In my time I have shown that I can easily adapt to changes in my work environment leading others through the changes with little to no impact on the final release.
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Jamie Gagnon's Blog

Shark dive complete

Posted on September 2, 2009 at 15:14 2 Comments

Well, I did the dive and raised £355 for Muscular Dystrophy.

If you want to see me diving with the shark and some pics. i uploaded them on the net.

The links are below.



Sponsor me Please

Posted on May 21, 2009 at 15:26 0 Comments


I'm raising money for Muscular Dystrophy Campaign by taking part in a shark dive on the 22nd of August and I'd really appreciate your support.

It's easy to donate online by credit or debit card - just go to my Justgiving page:


Justgiving sends your donation straight to Muscular Dystrophy Campaign and automatically reclaims Gift Aid if you're a UK… Continue

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At 18:12 on April 4, 2012, Arif Ashraf said…
Thanks will defies give you a shout much appreciated 
At 18:03 on March 31, 2012, Arif Ashraf said…

Hi Jamie Thanks for letting me know about this site its brilliant and full of info.

At 8:21 on August 19, 2011, Ben Stanfield said…
Thanks Jamie. Appreciate your help and I'll let you know if we get anyone from here. Good luck with the contiuned project you're on.
At 23:21 on May 20, 2009, Mark Crowther said…
Hiya Mate,

Was going to bounce your post about your charity dive but it's vanished?

At 21:57 on March 18, 2009, Mark Crowther said…
At 21:54 on March 18, 2009, Mark Crowther said…
Hiya Jamie,

Out of interest here's a link to the ITIL inspired paper and presentation I wrote some years ago:

Always looking for feedback and to learn why I'm wrong ;]
At 9:42 on December 5, 2008, athiyaman said…
Hi Jamie,

how are you
At 10:37 on November 24, 2008, Janesh Kodikara said…
Hi Jamie
This sounds good. If you could share the skillset early I could prepare for the assignments. We have involved in developing a software release management too qaManager This is contributed to sourceforge with more features. Will start development as we get the time.

Most of the test automation are done using opensource tools.
Functional : Selenium , Java
Performance : Grinder, WebLoad and Java

By the way what is the process involved.
At 22:21 on November 23, 2008, Janesh Kodikara said…
It looks like you are going to build the team soon.
What are the positions available and required set of skills etc?
At 10:13 on November 20, 2008, Janesh Kodikara said…
Hi Jamie
It's good to hear from you again and see your new challenges.
I am really interested in building team too. I got chance to build three QA teams so far for three different business units.

I worked for a company in Ireland and build our process from there with the help of the qaManager of Irish company.

I have been always given chance to train, build process and never gave up manual and automated testing.

We initiated developing a software to manage software releases and later contributed to community (qaManager) with more functionality.

My challenges are managing teams (15+) remotely and locally.
Improving the skill level. Ensuring the releases on time.


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