A SPECIAL ON FAILURES
“A typical accident takes seven consecutive errors” states Malcolm Gladwell this notion is reflected in the Mark Buchanan’s book “Ubiquity”. This article dwells upon ‘How do you ensure that potential critical failures lurking in systems that have matured can still be uncovered?’
In this edition of SmartBites, a mosaic of thoughts on testing from practitioners around the world on failures, tools, unit test, clean code, Agile, TDD, feeling & relationship.
Raja Nagendra Kumar outlines the role of refactoring, unit testing in producing clean code. He states this very interestingly as “Technical debt is fat, clean code is liposuction” and crisply explains the act of producing clean code.
The text of the video is available here
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“QANSCIOUS”. A mindset that is the result of deep thinking to do less and accomplish more, to pre-empt than just detect. Beyond process and tools but exploiting technology smartly.
A beautiful compendium of TEN articles published by T Ashok.
“Blend your left and right” – It is not just about using the logical left brain or the creative right , it is about a harmonious combination of logical/scientific left brained thinking with the creative right that makes testing super effective and super efficient.”
… excerpt from “50 Tips to Smart QA” in the book