Archive for February, 2013

Whither Test Cases?

I’m so sick of test cases. I wish they were dead. Yes, that’s right. Frigging test cases. I hate their smugness, the way they sit there with their tedious screeds of text, secure in the warm glow of adoration they get cast upon them by everyone who doesn’t have to write the bastard things. Oh, […]

WeTest presentation: test planning in the real world

I recently hosted the third WeTest presentation, where we had a really jolly good discussion on test planning, the real world, and, bending processes to your whims. Or, as the blurb put it: This session will cover test planning in non-lean environments, and planning for the real world instead of planning for a process checkbox. […]