I don't wait to be told what to do. Nor do I allow myself to be told what to do. Nor do I allow some mechanical procedure or ritual to dominate me. This is because I am a fully functional adult … [Read more...] about What Should I Do Now? Self-Management on a Technical Project
Slides: These are slide sets from selected presentations I have done.
I am one of the founders of the Context-Driven school of software testing thought. This is a paradigm that stands apart from the Agile or the "Factory" ways of seeing the world. The Factory paradigm … [Read more...] about How Do I Know I am Context-Driven?
These are the slides from my presentation about why I am opposed to commercial software tester certification. … [Read more...] about Why I am Not Certified
This is seriously how I would fake testing if I had to pretend to test and make it look convincing. Notice how much this ends of looking like "following best practices." … [Read more...] about How to Fake a Test Project
This is a presentation I gave about the thing some people call "model-based" testing and my concerns about the limitations of formal modeling applied to test design. … [Read more...] about Unbearable Lightness of “Model-Based” Testing
These are the slides from the presentation I did at Google in 2006. You can find the actual talk at on YouTube. This talk is about what it means to be an expert in software testing, and how I … [Read more...] about Becoming a Software Testing Expert
These are the slides from one of my tutorials about bug metrics. … [Read more...] about Bug Metrics Tutorial
Back in 1997, I was challenged by top management to create a way to convey testing status at a glance. Thus was born the "low-tech testing dashboard" which has since been rendered in various … [Read more...] about Low-Tech Testing Dashboard