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Jan 16, 2018 - 4 minute read - Evil Tester Training

Promoting Evil Tester Talks Conference Talk and Webinar Archive

TLDR; I have an archive of webinars and talks with extra material bundled as a ‘course’.

I updated my “Evil Tester Talks” Online Talk Archive and realised that I hadn’t actually promoted it through my blog. Too busy creating content and writing talks.

But since I just added two talks and one webinar to the archive, it seemed the right time to promote it.

Jan 12, 2018 - 3 minute read - Evil Tester FAQ

Testability vs Automatability - in theory (Free Bonus Video Inside)

TLDR; Testability is for humans. Automatability (Automatizability) is for applications.

I was doing some research for my upcoming Eurostar webinar and I encountered a few videos and posts of people who were using ‘testability’ to refer to the ability for the application to support automated execution.

I didn’t think that was appropriate. I’d rather distinguish between Testability and Automatizability. The more popular form of Automatizability seems to be Automatability.

Dec 24, 2017 - 8 minute read - Linkedin

Proof of Concept vs Minimum Viable Product

I think most people intuitively know the difference between an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and a POC (Proof of Concept).

But I think that sometimes people start work on an MVP when they should be working on a POC. And sometimes people don’t stop after a POC, they keep adding more features and continue proving more concepts, hoping that they will end up with an MVP.

Dec 7, 2017 - 3 minute read - FAQ Maven Java For Testers

How to organise resource files for tests using Maven and Java

Resources are a very useful concept in Java. They are essentially files in the project which are compiled into the .jar

Java also has commands for finding them .getResource and reading them .getResourceAsStream

Very Handy.

But, they can be hard to wrap your head around. As evidenced by my own experiences trying to use them and the number of queries on stack overflow.

Nov 23, 2017 - 4 minute read - Mailing List

Mailing - 23rd November 2017 - The Black Friday Tester Game

This mailing list email was send via MailChimp In this email: The Black Friday For Testers Game Black Friday Deal from MissingLettr New Testing Content You Might Have missed A Few Things that Caught My Eye Java For Testers Training in Amsterdam Black Friday For Testers On Black Friday I play a game called Guess Which Site Will Fall. Rules: think of a web site that you think will fail under Black Friday load visit the site and see if you’re right This game has become harder and harder to play every year as sites have been improving there resilience under load.