Santhosh Tuppad sent around a little challenge for testers a few weeks ago. When I read through it, I couldn’t resist the temptation to the challenge, even though I don’t want to win that challenge; just to sharpen my saw at it. Here we go.Continue reading 18 challenge statements from Santhosh
FitNesse offers RESTful command line services. In the past week I have worked on a solution to integrate these command line option in a Jenkins environment with the FitNesse plug-in. It turns out that this didn’t work as smooth as expected for me. I needed some special shell-fu to get the plugin and the most recent version of FitNesse working together. Here is how I did this, hoping that someone else will find my solution to help them in their aid.Continue reading RESTful CI Integration with FitNesse
At the TestBash in Cambridge,
Steve Green introduced an 8-layer model for Exploratory Testing.
At the TestBash in Cambridge, Dave Evans held the first session on Visualizing Quality with a walkthrough of some ideas about it.Continue reading TestBash: Visualizing Quality – A Random Walk of Ideas
As a prequel to the Let’s Test conference in May, I interviewed some of the European context-driven testers. Today we have Huib Schoots who is a board member of the Dutch testing network association TestNet.Continue reading Let’s Test prequel with Huib Schoots