Archive for September, 2012

I am an Exploratory Tester Rikard Edgren 5 Comments

I am curious about how the system works I look at details and the whole, and at many places I use many sources to learn what is important I am creative and see many testing possibilities I test in many different ways, and adjust to the situation I am good at finding important problems fast […]

Complete Testing Risk Reduction with Bohr-Steinlager-Stumpf Quantization Rikard Edgren 1 Comment

Suppose you have a risk assessment fully agreed by stakeholders, and their relatives. Create a stable sampling across all adjacent perspectives, and let the corresponding tests be executed on best representatives platforms, theoretically covering 99.5% of potential future usage. Now, let any opposites conglomerate, and hold their best fit tempo, until the sounds dissolve into […]