If something is worth doing, it is worth doing well and if testing is worth doing, then doing it well does not mean following the path of least resistance in order to facilitate rapid delivery. … More Testing: paths of resistance
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?
I’m still very happy using the ‘P’ words… some aren’t so happy. … More Don’t mention the P******
Catching up with Anne-Marie Charrett … More Q&A with Anne-Marie Charrett
Human feelings and emotion create empathy, facts and figures do not. How can we close the empathy gap in IT? … More Empathy: a lesson from history