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  • Blog Post: Testing Videos?

    Jonathan Kohl, in a recent blog post, says we need testing example videos. I agree. CAST 2007 had an evening testing event that produced some of these. Folks that were there were able to get copies of the videos. I see that one has shown up on YouTube . I wonder if the rest can be posted as well...
  • Blog Post: James Bach's Book

    Last year at CAST, I spent time in James Bach's class, Self Education for Testers. That class really opened up my mind to possibilities I hadn't considered. Now I see that he's writing a book about things he mentioned in that class. I can't wait for the book to be available. This will go on my "must...
  • Blog Post: CAST 2007: Esther Derby Keynote

    Esther Derby gave the afternoon keynote on Monday. Her presentation was on peer coaching - how do you bring back stuff you learn at a conference to your day job. The keynote was basically things to think about when you attempt to introduce change into an organization. There are many reasons to change...
  • Blog Post: CAST 2007: Mike Kelly, Specialists and Other Myths

    The two non-tutorial days of CAST 2007 were structured like this: Morning: Keynote Sessions (pick 1 of 3) Lunch Afternoon: Keynote Sessions (Pick 1 of 3) Various evening activities For my morning session on Monday, I chose to attend Mike Kelly's session titled "Specialists...
  • Blog Post: Cast 2007: Lee Copeland Keynote

    (This is based on my notes for the keynote. We've been told we'll get Lee's slides and when they do I'll review them and, if appropriate, update this page.) Lee Copeland's keynote kicked off CAST 2007. Lee started off by talking about some things he believes about testing: Testing exists to...
  • Blog Post: CAST 2007 Pages

    I found the CAST 2007 testing conference to be beneficial and inspiring. I want to make sure to remember my thoughts on it. I also have to write a trip report about it for a number of different audiences and so I want to make sure I process it effectively. In order to do this I'm going to write a number...
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