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An Object Is What the Object Does – Or Is It?

It’s been a while since my last blog post and earlier today I came across a post that started a thought process I just had to write down. This post is based on the blog entry titled ““Testing vs Checking” … Continue reading

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Physics, Testing and Academia

The Introduction I just read the Science Daily article: Quantum Physicists Show a Small Amount of Randomness Can Be Amplified Without Limit and, while reading, it occurred to me that quantum physics seems a bit like the context-driven approach to … Continue reading

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Schools of (pro)testing

I have been discussing Cem Kaner’s announcement and the separation between the founders of the context-driven school of testing with some people, most of whom proclaim themselves as context-driven (myself included). This post was inspired by Cem’s response to the … Continue reading

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