Posts Tagged ‘collaboration’

Experience report EuroSTAR Testlab 2012 Martin Jansson 1 Comment

Setup Bart Knaack had done a wonderful job in setting up and organizing the testlab. He had done this by himself. So most credit to him for taking on most of the initial work and planning. Me, Ru Cindrea and Kristoffer Ankarberg focused on keeping the lab up and running as well as taking care […]

Open Source Testing – RedNotebook Rikard Edgren 3 Comments

In Julian Harty’s keynote Open Sourcing Testing at Let’s Test conference, RedNotebook (together with Sikuli and CiviCRM) was suggested as an open source project where ambitious testers could collaborate and share their testing efforts and results. I have done a small start by contacting the RedNotebook team (they are interested in bugs and enhancements, especially in the […]

Finding low-hanging fruit Rikard Edgren 2 Comments

Now and then you hear that developers should implement better support for testability, so testers can work more efficient. This is all well, but what about the opposite; how can testers make developers go faster? System testers have system (and a lot of other) knowledge, and we can see if the product turned out really […]

Stories from EuroSTAR TestLab 2010 the test eye 4 Comments

Monday Henrik started his journey by car from Karlstad and went down to Gothenburg to join with Martin. Both of us were going to take the train down to Copenhagen. Not surprisingly there were delays and the train was cancelled… Instead we headed back to Martin’s house and loaded Henrik’s car and took off. After […]