Author: kristinjackvony

Logical Fallacies for Testers I: The Causal Fallacy

Lately I’ve been thinking about thinking; specifically, critical thinking skills and how important they are for everyone, especially testers. When testers can’t think critically, they aren’t able to diagnose software problems quickly or find good solutions to testing challenges. In light of this, I’ve decided to focus on critical thinking in my blog posts this […]

What’s In a Name?

Software development teams face all kinds of challenges. They need to learn new technologies while keeping legacy products running. They need to balance addressing tech debt with adding new features quickly. With all of these challenges, why should anyone care what groups, teams, products, or tests are named? Here are five reasons why: Reason One: […]

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As software testers, we have a lot of different things to think about.  We need to test new features and existing features.  We need to make sure different features work correctly together.  We need to run manual tests and make sure that our test automation is running correctly.  And we need to test on different […]