There is a widespread narrative that in software development, faster is better. Increasingly, organisations are looking to techniques and tools which allow them to increase the pace of delivery. But as businesses look for ways to rapidly respond to customers and accelerate development, what does this really mean for quality? As the frequency of delivery increases, what are the benefits and drawbacks for the people who matter – the human beings who the technology is intended to serve? … More Need for speed?
This month in Q&A we are joined by Damian Synadinos … More Q&A with Damian Synadinos
From one of the many people who learned so much from you, thank you Jerry Weinberg.
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This month in Q&A we are joined by Rosie Sherry who shares some thoughts on testing, quality, unicorn fairy tale rainbow coloured cloudy poop, and a career that includes establishing Ministry of Testing. … More Q&A with Rosie Sherry
In this edition of Q&A, Neil Studd discusses some of the highlights of his career, his many activities in the testing community and his views on testing and quality. … More Q&A with Neil Studd
What do I mean by ‘Quality’ and what do you mean? These are discussions worth having. … More What do I mean by ‘Quality’?
Design and design principles are a rich topic with lessons that can be applied in testing … More By design
Samantha Connelly talks about her career so far and some of her favourite organisations around the world. … More Q&A with Samantha Connelly
Another week, another newsworthy IT failure. Last weekend, the UK bank TSB migrated its customer accounts to a platform belonging to its new parent company, Sabadell. The migration has led to days of chaos for the bank’s customers and staff, and some troubling times for executives who have struggled to get a grip on the … More Investing in testing
If we want to add value and be seen to be adding value through our testing, then we must take responsibility for the testing culture that exists in our teams and organisations. … More Confirmation Culture (and how to challenge and change)