Archiv des Autors: Chriss
I got invited to write a guest blog post on the Agile Testing Days blog about My favorite Agile Testing Days moment.
To show all commits for a certain user on the current branch: git log –author=JohnDoe To show all commits for a certain folder: git log — path/to/folder No combine these two commands: git log –author=JohnDoe — path/to/folder To keep it … Weiterlesen
I had a case where a TearDown Script in SoapUI (version 5.5.0, community edition) was not working at all, neither on test case or test suite, nor on project level, whereas the Setup Script was working on all three levels. … Weiterlesen
On Agile Testing Days 2019, Damian Synadinos gave a keynote with the topic „More Than That“. His basic message was, everybody could put more than one „label“ on herself. We’re more then testers or developers, we’re also human beings, parents, … Weiterlesen
If you encounter the issue, that the „last row“ and „last column“ setting is not working in Confluence´s Excel macro, this is a pitty. As to find in the comments of the official bug report (including steps about how to … Weiterlesen
If testing is „quality assurance“, why not naming the weather forecast „weather assurance“, naming school „learning assurance“, calling a doctor „health assurance and playing the lottery „investment assurance“? Via Ash Winter on G+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/115379350397321018516/posts/LruMrEAYv4c
Flying Under The Radar – how conventional testing was secretly transformed into sapient testing (agileTD 2013)
Following my wrap-up of the talk of Sami Söderblom given at the Agile Testing Days 2013.
The first keynote given on this year´s Agile Testing Days was „Agile Testing is nonsense, because Agile is Testing“ by Andrea Tomasini the founder of agile42, here is my sumup:
At the Agile Testing Days 2013 I attended Janet Gregory´s tutorial on „Changing Your Testing Mindset“. Also I already knew quite some of the things she talked about, it was a good tutorial and I had some great conversations with … Weiterlesen