Software testers are NOT the gatekeepers of quality. They don’t control or limit access to quality software or services.
Welcome to Friday, here are five points worth sharing. A few of these are “work” related but not all. Here is to helping find balance between working from home, home time and personal time: * I’m finishing my second week of One Hundred Push ups. It’s hard but fun
A coworker sent me an email about a conversation he had with one of our executives about risk and how quality played into her decision making: “She [the executive] was giving me some insight… As we were discussing the balance of quality policies (as we experienced them in the beta
At Laurel & Wolf, we extensively introduce & test new features as part of A/B or split testing. Basically we can split traffic coming to a particular page into different groups and then show those groups different variations of a page or object to see if those changes lead
Yahoo! has been in the news quite a bit over the last few years as it’s primary business of placing display ads slowly dies and it searches for new ways to grow and/or remain relevant. It’s hired new executives, lost new executives and made acquisitions. Plenty of