It’s All Relative

It’s All Relative

Recently I was a part of a discussion on what has more value: Actual time or relative time. I recognized that relative time is important throughout the conversation, but I fell back to “actual” having the most value. I reason that the term “relative” is not absolute....
Static and dynamic testing

Static and dynamic testing

Static and dynamic testing Recently on my last appearance on SPaMCAST, we talked about static and dynamic testing. As always, it was a great conversation with Tom on the matter. Let’s review the definitions. Static testing – reviews, looking over, visual...
The Biggest Misinformation in the QA-Testing Discipline

The Biggest Misinformation in the QA-Testing Discipline

The Biggest Misinformation in the QA-Testing Discipline The QA/Testing discipline has gone through some misinformation over the past few decades. Up until recently, the big one that was floating around was “Manual” Testers and “Automation” Testers. Previous blogs go...
Agile Testing?

Agile Testing?

Agile Testing? Recently I saw a post in a social media group talking about agile testing as something different than any other methodology form of testing. It then listed off many techniques stating that they are agile, like Usability, Acceptance and Stress testing as...