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
Category Archives: Testing
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.
Here I’ll cap off my current round of “modern testing” posts by discussing a bit about the lucid approach that I’ve brought up along the way.
I’ve gone through a lot of posts on modern testing and I’m nearing the conclusion of my thoughts on this. (Or so we can hope, right?) Here I’ll recap a bit and then push forward.
In my previous post on modern testing and resilience, I indicated that testing and quality assurance spend a lot of their time, as disciplines, being in danger from their own practitioners. This is most often a problem when the disciplines … Continue reading
In two previous posts (on design pressure and sources of truth) I talked about the context that a modern test team is often fitting in with. Here I’ll get more specific, particularly in regards to some strategic elements.
In a previous post, on testing and design pressure, I closed by saying that certain elements of decisions need to be encoded as artifacts, but that putting appropriate pressure on design meant minimizing those artifacts. Here I’ll talk a bit … Continue reading
I’ve recently had reason to give some training on my overall philosophy and rationale for the introduction of Quality Assurance and Testing into modern development environments. I’ll put up a few posts as an attempt to gather my own thoughts … Continue reading
In my previous post on intersections of testing, I set the stage for how testing is an activity that takes place at various points of intersection. Here I want to conceptualize that idea a bit more and provide some focus … Continue reading
A lot of testers I know come across Joe Rainsberger and his declaration that integrated tests are a scam. This always leads to interesting discussions so I figured I would use this post to distill my own thoughts particularly because … Continue reading