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Do brilliantly ‘right’ after taking a ‘left’!

T Ashok @ash_thiru Summary A logical ‘left brain’ thinking complemented with a creative ‘right-brained thinking' results in brilliant testing. This ...

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Sketchnote

What are Sketchnotes? Sketchnotes are purposeful doodling while listening to something interesting. Sketchnotes don't require high drawing skills, but do ...

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Systematic Inventive Thinking

Summary Systematic Inventive Thinking is a method to direct our creative energies to solving problems that have strict boundaries to ...

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Thinking Visually

nanoLearning on “Thinking Visually” using Sketchnotes from Anuj Magazine, Citrix. The video of this smartbits is available here. Ashok : As an ...

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CIO views on Quality

SummaryThis article is about views on quality from CIOs curated from a list of interesting articles. It is felt that ...

It takes right brain thinking to go beyond the left

Right brained creative thinking comes in handy to go beyond the left, to enable us to vary the paths, discover ...

Left brain thinking to building great code

A logical ‘left brain’ thinking is essential to good testing. Testing is not just an act, but an intellectual examination ...

To express well, choose the right medium

The medium that we choose to express our thoughts that emanate from our language-driven thinking is key to expressing well. ...

Three communication approaches to brilliant clarity

Clarity is often a reflection of the mind and great clarity implies an uncluttered mind. The style & structure of ...

High-performance thinking using the power of language

This is the first article in the series of twelve articles “XII Perspectives to High-Performance QA”, outlining interesting & counter-intuitive ...