Automation Delay – and how to prevent it

Pretend for a moment you are a new development manager or director. You hired a programmer to lead a test automation effort. Gave the programmer time, resources, and attention. The programmer has no responsibilities outside of the tooling. The automation has had time to mature. It was supposed to speed you up. Now imagine this […]

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Pushing forward at Excelon

How’s everybody handling the apocalypse? At Excelon, our testing work has slowed down a bit, providing more time to do research and publish. “Doing” Email … Better A few weeks ago, I realized that email was become my Integrated Development Environment (IDE) during Covid. While I am a “power user” when it comes to programming […]

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Software Test and Performance Magazine

Chris McMahon and I did a two-year column, back when STQA Magazine was called Software Test & Performance. It was a good run, at least we thought so. I am most proud of our article “When Software Absolutely, positively must work”, but would also argue there is not a bad apple in the barrell. The […]

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