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Archive for December, 2009

New Year’s Promises and Best Wishes

I suppose that this is my last blog entry in 2009. Time to say goodbye to all challenges which I faced, all issues and all problems in project management. What we shall overcome the obstacles in 2010, I do not know but it will certainly be interesting. Time to put some annual promisees related to […]

Software Testing as a Service – Book Review

Christmas and new year is a time for some reading. I try to read the books, which I enter into polemics, I avoid manuals and of course I read many more books not related to work. We have thousands of books related to software testing, test process and quality assurance some of them are already […]

Tester Types – Free e-Book Review

I do not often have an opportunity to read and write a review on a book in two days. “Tester Types” is more a guide than a book, it is free, short, handy and very helpful. It was created in cooperation with softwaretestingclub.com. Let’s read the Rob Lambert preface: “After many years working as a […]

RIATest 3 – Professional Flex Test Automation

I remember RIATest tool when it was young, starting solution with many bugs, configuration issues etc. but very promising at all. There were milestone v1 and v2 and at the end, the version number three which appears to be a worthy tool for enterprise-class. I will try to check it, write simple flex application and […]

SynapseRT for JIRA – Test Case Management Made Easy

I have written not once about the management of test documentation and the role of this process in obtaining high quality. Knowledge is one thing, the second is a bunch of tools that with no great amount of work will allows us to implement this knowledge into real. I am a fan of JIRA as […]

Randomness – The Drunkards Walk

First I want to apologize all my readers for long silence. That was a holiday, hard work, yacht race and illness time 🙂 I hope that everything will return to the old order. After reading “The Drunkards Walk – How Randomness rules out Lives” by Leonard Loin I have a little mixed feelings and questions […]

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