In my Association for Software Testing 2023 elections proceedings I advocated for transparency. In the spirit of practising what I preach, this blog post summarizes my work for AST in February 2024.
- Fixed a problem where email sent to Group is not distributed to all members of that Group. Google …
Another opportunity to work with McGill University undergraduate students came my way when Rob Sabourin again asked me to be interviewed during one of his sessions of the ECSE-428-001 – Software Engineering Practice course for his Winter 2024 cohort. My first involvement with McGill folks was back in February 2016 when I took part in […]
The Association for Software Testing is crowd-sourcing a book, Navigating the World as a Context-Driven Tester, which aims to provide responses to common questions and statements about testing from a context-driven perspective.
I (Janet) am currently in southern California enjoying my semi-retirement. I participated with my husband Jack in one of the Sunday afternoon fun activities and got an unexpected lesson in […]
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I have been pairing with a new developer colleague recently. In our last session he asked me “is this normal testing?” saying that he’d never seen anything like it anywhere else that he’d worked. We finished the task we were on and then chatted about h…
When I tell people what “DevOps culture” means to me, they want to know how they can help it grow in their organization. The term “DevOps” has been around for almost 15 years now. It’s still a widely misunderstood and misused term. We still see software organizations that have a siloed “DevOps team”, a complete […]
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