Wow, it takes a long time to make a website that has nice content on it! But here it is. Satisfice 2.0. All modernized. The design is down to Mary Alton. She researched the themes and plug-ins, too. If it weren’t for her, I wouldn’t ever have upgraded my site. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Mary. The content is mostly mine, with the tireless review and editing of Michael Bolton, my business partner (and husband of Mary… maybe someday Michael will get a new website, too).
Highlights of The Changes
- WordPress. The entire site is in WordPress, now.
- RST Methodology. We have rewritten and expanded our description of the RST methodology.
- Exploratory Testing. We have new material on the exploratory nature of software testing.
- New Classes. We have developed new training for RST, and reorganized the curriculum.
- Downloads. We have retired some of the old PDFs once offered on this site, while updating some and adding new ones.
- Bibliographies. Using Zotero, we’ve created bibliographies of useful scholarly papers on subjects related to our approach to software testing.
- I am a tester, and I have tested this site before I put it up. However, I wasn’t able to test it under production conditions. Besides, I’m the developer of this site, so I am bound to have blinders on. I am expecting broken links, at the very least. I’m expecting obvious problems and obscure problems. I appreciate hearing about problems if you see them, but I will strive to test in production to find them before you do.
- If you left a comment in the last couple of months then it got bumped off the site due to the way the import process worked. I posted them back manually, so I think you won’t notice a difference.