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Can Automated Testing be Called "Testing"?
WARNING--THIS IS A VERY--VERY--LONG POST To respect a friend's blog space, I've decided to respond to a commenter on Theo Moore's blog regarding a review he posted about TestComplete. The commenter posted the following comment to me: Dear MES, Thanks for answering my query on be half of Theo. I would still love to hear from her (I think theo is female not a male). >> there are things that you can do with QTP that qualify as "testing." Can you name them? I am especially interested to know what ......

Posted On Thursday, November 20, 2008 8:52 PM

A Laugh to Start Your Day

I can't take credit for this.  It comes from my bud and it's dedicated to all those QA people out there.

It's not a bug....

 

It's a....

=)

Posted On Tuesday, October 9, 2007 9:34 AM

Borland Seminar Review--Or Ye Gods, this is so depressing...
At the encouragement of management several coworkers and I were treated to a Borland seminar this morning on Requirements Based Testing. And before you ask--yes its a sales pitch for the Borland suite of software development tools. The seminar was cool. Affirmed a lot of beliefs I have about the software development process ( regardless of individual methodology--Waterfall, Iterative, Agile, Scrum, Chaos :P ). For example everyone in QA should know that it is approximately 80 times more expensive ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 11, 2007 5:22 PM

What QA Folks Do When They've Had "One of Those Days"
If you've been following my blog, you know I'm a QA proffessional currently focused in the QA field of automated testing. So I thought I'd share something my first QA mentor shared with me when I had "One of Those Days" When you've had one of those days at your QA job where you just want to tell your boss to take this job and shove it, there is a simple way to make yourself feel so much better. On your way home from work, stop by at your local Pharmacy (Walgreens/CVS/Eckerds). Purchase a Johnson&Johnson ......

Posted On Thursday, August 9, 2007 10:11 PM

Database Storage Comparsion...or how I learned to hate SQL Query Analyser
I'm working on a project at work that is a re-write of a piece of functionality from ASP into .NET. So the gist in a nutshell is that the new .NET forms should function exactly the same way as the ASP forms do. To the point where saving these records into the database should match excluding things like primary keys & insert date/time stamps. To throw an additional wrench into the mix there are two DBs these records get saved out into. The first datasource is as denormalized as you can get. And ......

Posted On Monday, August 6, 2007 7:36 PM

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