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How do you solve a problem?

Now, how do you solve any problem? Well the easy answer is “Based on experience”. You have encountered the problem ...

Great Expectations – Excellence requires empathy

In the Oct 2012 issue of Tea Time with Testers ezine, T Ashok shares his client interaction experience – “A ...

Behave Yourself – “Descriptive to Prescriptive” approach to test functionality

The common belief is that knowledge of the domain acquired from prior experience is very necessary to perform good functional ...

Agile Sutra – “Sensitize & Prevent”, not “Design & Execute”

In the Agile environment, the focus is on decomposing complexity and thereby demystifying it. In the process the code should ...

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of all?

We need a mirror to do better. This helps to reflect work outcomes, along with the background (usage context) and ...

Silence is Golden – The Power of Test Case Immunity

“It is not enough if we analyse defects, it is even more necessary to analyze the white space “non-defects” to ...

“Roadmap to Quality” – Panel discussion at SofTec 2012 Conference

SofTec 2012, Bangalore, July 14, 2012 The panel discussion on “Roadmap to Quality” was brilliant due to the cross-pollination of ...

Do less work -­ ‘Test Case Immunity’ can Help.

Working less and accomplishing more isn’t easy. It requires thinking creatively to find more effective ways of doing things. But ...

Purity. Quality. Cleanliness Criteria.

It is normal practice to ascertain the purity of a material by first identifying the properties – physical and chemical ...

Single entry, Single exit – Singular purpose

Many times while examining existing automation scripts, it is amazing to note how much some of the automation code tries ...