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Adding a Peripheral View to Test Automation

One reason why human testers are far better at finding bugs than automated scenarios is because testers aren't just validating the expected results. They are also able to recognize unexpected surprises and anomalies within the application. For example, take a look at this application and assume...

One reason why human testers a...

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Teaching Testing in College Courses

I'm an Adjunct Instructor who teaches Java programming to college students. I was recently asked by Anna Royzman, President of A Quality Leadership Institute, if I taught my students about testing. For a moment, I felt a pang of guilt because I don't have any...

I'm an Adjunct Instructor who ...

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A Guide to Patent Development

The Ministry of Testing recently launched Gem Webinars, a platform for new voices and new stories. Yours truly was the first speaker of the series and I did a talk on patent development from a tester's perspective. There were about 100 people from around the world...

The Ministry of Testing recent...

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Why Developers Should Not Lead Your Automation Efforts

Developers should not lead your automation efforts. I've never seen this succeed. In fact, many times I have been brought on to teams to clean up the mess that is left behind when developers try to lead this effort. The reason is simple. [tweetthis url="http://angiejones.tech/why-developers-should-not-lead-your-automation-efforts"]Developers are not automation...

Developers should not lead you...

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