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"(can't find the "right" level to reply, it seems).
Keith. I don't believe you or James are bullies. I would not give anyone a label like that. But I do believe that both of you sometimes exhibit behavior that feels like…"
"Keith: I side with skills and competence. I feel that working together with people who won't talk with me if I keep bashing ISTQB to them, I get further and deeper with skills. This is not about what they sell and endorsing it. It's about…"
"Since when is running a successful business "laughing all the way to the bank". I would like to point out that at least in Finland, some of that money has been used to create free events that are very non-ISTQB in their content.
"When I say that I like ISTQB and what they've done for recognition of testing in general, I find that replies of questions trying to change / understand my beliefs can be considered an attack. I've been through the arguments before and I…"
"I've heard from people I respect that they find that ISTQB has given them a vocabulary of words people try to use around them, and a useful starting point in getting to understand what they really mean in that context.
If it is the only…"
"Erik, sounds to me like you're looking at certification as a defining thing of being context-driven. I find myself context-driven without need of attacking the people who choose to take certification. The recent events of taking a stand…"
"I share the pain this confusion amongst recruiters cause for people who want to be testers, not SDETs. There's a few people I know (having worked with them) that are SDETs with very strong knowledge of the testing problem domain. Majority of…"
"At some point, I started realizing that reporting typos takes as much time for me as fixing the typos. Nowadays I've chosen to just go and fix typos myself, and thus avoid the discussion about whether they are important or not.
I was directed…"
Feb 23, 2015
Maaret Pyhäjärvi is now a member of Software Testing Club - An Online Software Testing Community
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Specializing in Testing since 1995 in various roles: tester, test manager, consultant, researcher. Building own skills in close collaboration with the Finnish software communities: Agile Finland, Software Testing Finland and Finnish Association for Software Testing.