Posts Tagged ‘learning’:

The Big Exploratory Testing Rolling Strategy Dice

Marlon Brando said in a role he played: “People win with loaded dice“… This is the exercise we’re building today, loaded dices – for the win! …I get by with a little help from my friends. One of the friends at work who pushes me into all sort of good experiences is Issi Hazan. At

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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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About youTesting with uTest

(Note: This post,originally from July, was re-written in August. Only format/wording changes, with additions to make it clearer) This is an interesting topic: I’ve been involved lately in many conversations about uTest, or more specifically about its model. uTest is a website where companies can post their software, along with some guidelines on focus areas,

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