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Should/Need Testers know how to Program (a Testing Question from Brazil)

There’s a very active Brazilian software testing discussion mailing list in Portuguese, called DFTestes. When I say “very active”, I mean an average of 215 messages/month in 2009, and January 2010 has got more than 404 messages. Compared with other mailing list I participate, this is the most active one, and a tip of hat

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Finding Nemo – Solving Pradeep's software testing challenge (an exploratory approach)

Back on December, Pradeep Soundararajan set a challenge up in his blog. He built an application with the description below: This was an interesting exercise. What took my interest in this one? – First of all, I liked Pradeep’s post about learning to code. Learning to code is an important skill for a tester. I

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Yay, another Happy New Testing Year! A decade in review…

This is our fourth Happy New testing Year post, after this one, this one and this one. 🙂 So, a few hours before January is over, I’ll transpose here an answer to Testing.StackExchange about the last decade on testing: Question: What are the most important software testing developments of the decade? My Answer: The question asks about the most important

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Software Testing is Funny! with Demetri Martin

One best friend of mine introduced me to Mitch Hedberg and Demetri Martin, great one-liner comedians. They are/were two funny men!! Three, actually, if you count my friend which is also funny.  After hearing the disks for over a year, not only the jokes aren’t any less funny, but I’ve started to find subliminal testing

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Testing questions and the Laws of eCommerce

(Disclosure: I am not a lawyer!) (Request: Are you a lawyer? Please send me corrections 🙂) Matters related to law, and all the discussions around it, interest me much — especially when related to Software. This made me read about the subject and keep contact with the legal representatives within the company I work for. This also

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"Create your testing portfolio" presentation

Some colleagues and I do voluntary work at TechCareer, helping immigrants learn matters related to technology and score a career in the Israeli Hi-Tech industry either as programmers or testers. It is a very good project, with nice leaders. My colleague Issi Hazan was asked to teach the ITCQB syllabus to testing-oriented-students at TechCareer, but

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In August, a rewrite of July's uTest post (and maybe official feedback)

Hi. Instead of a new post, I revisited and modified last month’s post, About youTesting with uTest. It has now more content, and still has a discussion of pay-per-bug models. The initial opinions are still there. While the pay-per-bug model presented by uTest is certainly innovative and interesting; the model still misses a lot. It will certainly

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