It’s become tradition — with a bit of dogma — to point to triangles and quadrants to “explain” things about testing and development. A good case in point is presented in the article Agile Testing Automation. My goal is not … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: August 2016
In previous posts about the integration / integrated distinction (see part 1 and part 2 of that series), I talked about how there is in fact a distinction and provided a little rationale behind why this distinction currently matters. So … Continue reading
In the previous post in this series, I talked about the counterargument of there being no distinction between integration and integrated. That post ended on a question. In this post, I will start from the presumption that there is a … Continue reading
Here I’ll talk about the difference between the terms integration and integrated when applied to testing. You may read that and say “Um, there is no difference, is there?” Well, let’s talk about it.
Awhile back I talked about being cross-discipline associative. I did something similar to this approach when I asked what time travel could teach us about testing. Let’s see how this works with another domain entirely.