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February 2019

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4 Ways to Use Acceptance Criteria

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Justin Rohrman. Agile comes as a package deal for most companies right now. That deal includes Scrum, sprints, a kanban board (but probably not a kanban process) and acceptance criteria. Acceptance criteria are supposed to represent the heart of a feature — the value a ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2019-02-12 23:00
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Tester’s Diary: Reluctant Leadership, Part 2

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Carol Brands. The part of leadership I look forward to the least may be the meetings. This is a strange feeling for me, because I used to love attending meetings. They felt like a break from a busy day. All-hands meetings felt like a time to sit quietly, listen and ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2019-02-07 22:00
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The 3 Ephemeral Computing Skills Every Performance Test Engineer Needs to Have

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Bob Reselman Ephemeral computing is the practice of creating a virtual computing environment as a need arises and then destroying that environment when the need is met, and the resources are no longer in demand. You pay only for what’s used, when it’s used. The value ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2019-02-06 01:00
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Getting Started with TestRail Webinar

blog.gurock.com – For all those who did, and for those who couldn’t make it along – here’s the video from our recent Starting to Test with TestRail webinar. Getting Started with TestRail During the webinar we talked about: TestRail projects Different types of test cases Using milestones Test runs ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Simon Knight @ 2019-02-03 22:00
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Avoiding Agile Defects: Prevention is the Best Cure

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Nishi Grover Garg. The agile methodology focuses on building in quality from the very beginning of the software lifecycle. That is why we aim to find and fix defects early on: A defect found and fixed in an earlier lifecycle phase is a multitude cheaper than the same ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2019-02-01 11:00

January 2019

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Are Blockchain Apps Really Secure?

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Michael Solomon PhD CISSP PMP CISM Blockchain technology allows multiple people or devices that don’t trust one another to share trusted data. The way blockchain works makes it nearly impossible for a malicious party to tamper with the data without being caught, so ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2019-01-29 22:00
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Determining the Ideal Tester to Developer Ratio

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Justin Rohrman. I was working on a pretty tough project early in my career. This was back in the bad old days, when waterfall was the go-to project management tool. We were at the end of a release, in the testing phase, and all the testers were working evenings and some ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2019-01-24 22:00
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Reframe Test Failure to Learn Early

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Johanna Rothman Software product development is rarely a straight line from idea to code-and-test to delivery. We take ideas, massage them, build something, measure the results often with tests, learn from those results which then feed into new, evolved ideas. We might ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2019-01-17 22:00
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Leveraging Code Kata as a Tester

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Jim Holmes Modern software testers need to be comfortable with code. The days of testers not being able to open up a code editor and understand software fundamentals are thankfully vanishing. As modern testers, we need to embrace a new challenge. This doesn’t mean ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2019-01-10 23:00
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How Testers Can Be Truly Agile

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Justin Rohrman. Every company I have worked with in the past decade has claimed some amount of agility. These companies all practiced Scrum, had sprints, and did retrospectives after each sprint to talk about what was learned and what we could improve upon. All the ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2019-01-08 22:00

December 2018

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Tester’s Diary: Reluctant Leadership, Part 1

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Carol Brands. I’ve never thought of myself as a leader. I don’t like telling people what to do. I don’t like feeling responsible for other people’s actions. I don’t like being put in a position where someone might treat my opinion like it matters more than someone else’s. ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2018-12-20 21:00
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5 Lessons for Agile Testers from 2018

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Nishi Grover Garg. Every year we see the software industry evolving at a rapid pace. This implies changes in the way testing is conducted within the software lifecycle, test processes, techniques and tools, and the tester’s skill set, too. I’ve been into agile for more ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2018-12-18 22:00
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Software Security Tests You Should Be Running, and When to use Them Most Effectively

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Michael Solomon PhD CISSP PMP CISM. Companies large and small need comprehensive software security testing, but there is a lot of confusion about what that actually means. How do organizations go about conducting software security tests? What types of test should you run? ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2018-12-14 00:00
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Using Ansible to Orchestrate an Ephemeral Performance Testing Environment

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Bob Reselman I’m a big fan of ephemeral computing. It makes sense because the simple fact is that more companies want to maximize the expense of computing: Nobody wants to pay for computing power that goes unused. Ephemeral computing lets companies pay only for the ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2018-12-11 22:00
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Striking a Balance of ‘Just Enough’ Documentation in an Agile Project

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Nishi Grover Garg. Agile poses many challenges to the development team, most of them pertaining to time. Teams are perpetually under pressure to deliver working software at a fast pace, leaving minimum time for anything else. The Agile Manifesto emphasizes working ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 2018-12-06 22:00
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