Reading a Book: Explore It!

One of my goals this quarter is to read a book called Explore It! by Elisabeth Hendrickson. This book is said to be a leading title in QA exploratory testing, and gives definition to, and practice sessions on, exploratory testing efforts. I am one chapter in at this point and already love much of what... Continue Reading →

Mobile Modal

Another interesting item has crossed my path once again and is worth writing about... The mobile modal. Try saying that 10 times fast. A modal is similar to a pop-up, a light-box, or an alert that flashes on the screen, but often contains the ability to do further work so that displaying the contents directly... Continue Reading →

Faster Timeline Could Mean Less Quality

I recently saw a post on LinkedIn and with it there was a communication between business and developers. The conversation went like this: Business: "How long will the project take?" Creator: "About 6 weeks" Business: "We don't have that time...I need it in TWO weeks" Creator: "OK, we will do our best in that time"... Continue Reading →

Becoming Crisis Proof

I get a new desk calendar every year that has a daily read/game/trivia, so this year for Christmas I got a Deadly Skills calendar. It basically lists ways to always be prepared for attacks, violent situations, and to increase the overall awareness and be on the offensive. It was interesting to me when I opened... Continue Reading →

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