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Seven consecutive errors = A Catastrophe

In the book “Ubiquity” (by Mark Buchanan), the author states that systems have a natural tendency to organize themselves into ...

HBT enables agility in understanding

A Fortune 100 healthcare company building applications for next generation of body scanners, uses many tools including OS, compilers, webservers, ...

“Never look down” – not the best suggestion for a startup

A Talent Management Company delivering end-to-end learning solutions was on a rapid growth path. Customer base was growing, and they ...

Properties of a good test scenario/case

We all design scenarios/cases to test system. What are some properties that a good set of scenarios/cases should possess? This ...

The Mistaken Notions of Structural Testing

It is quite amazing to note how misunderstood structural testing is. Often (during the workshops that STAG conducts frequently) whenever ...

How many hairs do you have on your head?

So, “how many hairs do you have on your head”?… is it 10,000 or is it one million? However, it ...

Musings and Inspirations – Learnings from non-software disciplines

In the SoftTec Asia 2011 conference, at Bangalore in July, T Ashok Founder & CEO of STAG was the moderator ...

Landscaping – a technique to aid understanding

Understanding an application is not just about walking through the various features via the user interface (assuming that the application ...

Houston, we have a problem

A radio transmission by Lovell, “Houston, we’ve had a problem”, has become widely misquoted in popular culture as,”Houston, we have ...

The Diagnosis

Good testing requires one to understand well and this requires good questioning skills. How can we question better? Click to ...