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December 7, 2017  1:39 PM

The Skill Development Myth

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman
"Work-life balance", Programming

I was at an important cusp about a month ago. One big contract was ending and I had till the end of the year to get something new lined up for 2018. Nothing was in the queue and it was stressing me out. There is low demand for non-technical testers working mostly remote and traveling to work...

November 28, 2017  11:54 AM

Software Testers: Wizards With Swords

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser
Programming, Software testing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6dFxYIpUPM The argument of generalist or specialist, or "jack of all trades and master of one" (or some) has been going on in software testing long before I arrived, and may still be here after I am gone. Today I'll try to find some deep answers about trade offs...


July 31, 2017  9:00 AM

Programmer/Tester Pair Programming

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser
Coding, Programming, Software testing

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July 17, 2017  9:00 AM

Conway’s Game of Life As a Kata

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser
Programming, Test Driven Development

In a previous article I wrote about Katas and how understanding them can help...


February 20, 2017  10:41 AM

Automation Delay – And How To Prevent It

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser
Automation, Continuous integration, Programming, Software testing, Testing

Pretend for a moment you are a new development manager or director.delayed 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


November 28, 2016  10:21 AM

Now here: Visual Studio for Mac

Matt Heusser Matt Heusser Profile: Matt Heusser
Apple, C, Macintosh, OSX, Programming, Visual Basic, Visual Studio

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July 18, 2016  8:05 AM

Do Testers Need to Code

Justin Rohrman Justin Rohrman Profile: Justin Rohrman
Programming, Quality Assurance Careers, Software testing

The question of 'do testers need to code' is a little tired at this point. Alberto Savoia's opening keynote for GTAC 2011 titled Test is Dead made a clear prediction of what he viewed was the future of testing. Elisabeth Hendrickson wrote


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