Playing games can make you a better tester – start playing!

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And one more post on my experience of CAST 2012. I realized pretty early in my career that theory of software testing (In books and course material provided by certification bodies) and functional on-field testing have very little in common. That was the primary reason for me and Komal to come up with testometer a […]


CAST 2012 Enforced Randomization – Increasing the value of test automation

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Last week I was in San Jose for CAST 2012 to give talks on two interesting topics. My first talk was around the limitations of acceptance criteria and the second talk was focused on how we can increase the value of automation by introducing randomization where it makes sense. During my conversation with participants around […]