Author Archives: Petteri Lyytinen

STPCon, Las Vegas, Oct 19th – Oct 21st

I just realized I hadn’t added this little piece of information in the blog: I will be participating in the Software Test Professionals conference held in Las Vegas, Nevada on Oct 19th – Oct 21st as a panelist in a … Continue reading

Posted in conferences | 1 Comment

Because You’re Worth It…

This post should probably have been named as “Brothers in Arms, Part 3” as it was inspired by the blog post Two “Scoops” of “Bugs” by James Bach but I felt like doing things a little differently this time. Just … Continue reading

Posted in colleagues | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Brothers in Arms, Part 2

Of knowing something… and understanding it Shorter post this time, but I just felt compelled to share a little something that I came across earlier today. The second part in this series was inspired by Zeger van Hese’s post Feynman … Continue reading

Posted in colleagues | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Brothers in Arms, Part 1

The art of making enemies? I’m pretty sure it’s not exactly the best approach around to start your life in the blogosphere (or anywhere, for that matter) by criticizing people, but hey, this blog is about protesting against poor software … Continue reading

Posted in colleagues | Tagged , , , | 10 Comments

Endings and Beginnings

Like I said on the About:Petteri page, this blog is going to be a professional one (as opposed to a personal one) and will concentrate on software testing (plus agile and lean, which I didn’t mention there), but this very … Continue reading

Posted in introduction | 5 Comments