Regression testing is the easy part of IT development, not the horrible monster some people think it has to be.
But where do you start if you want to do effective regression testing, but you are already busy and don’t want it to be huge burden?
I hope this article and a couple that follow will turn out to be a guide to one painless way to get regression testing up and running. Let me know if it helps.
Continue reading “Regression testing – day 1”
Before I worked in IT and even knew what testing was, I knew people made mistakes. But I didn’t know there was an international standard you should comply with when you want to make a mistake.
Then I worked on a project with a mining company and one of the consultants explained human factor analysis to me in simple terms. He told me that mine sites can be dangerous and part of his job was to “stop people killing themselves when they are stupid”.
I suggested he stop hiring stupid people but he told me that they tried that and it didn’t work. Apparently you can be really intelligent on a mine site 800 days in a row but then be stupid for 10 minutes one day and be in an accident and then be killed.
“Luckily we have a standard for being stupid though” he said
Continue reading “An international standard for being stupid? The mistakes users always make”