Ego, Apathy, and Test Cases

This post is inspired by a blog post I really enjoyed recently by Colin Cherry, A is for Apathy. In it he describes how apathy and ego inhibit companies engaging in testing despite measurable incentive to do so. So check it out it’s worth the read. Ego Get’s In The Way Ego: A person’s sense … [Read more…]

Test Case Pains

There’s pressure to find bugs. If testers are not reporting bugs it leads to all kinds of uncomfortable questions. There’s the usual management need to provide tangible and quantifiable evidence that the cost of testing is being balanced or offset by some improvement in quality. Customers may also be question the test cycle, and its … [Read more…]