Ah, the promised land of test automation. So much money, time and energy saved! When starting up test automation, your goal is efficiency and frequent checks! Yet, a lot of automation efforts are far from efficient. And that’s too bad, because there really is a lot of good things in […]
Have you heard about Kali Linux and security testing? I hadn’t. Not until I went to a penetration / security testing course which introduced me to this gem. It’s a Linux-based penetration testing platform, and its open source, which means free, and in this case also means awesome. You can run it on […]
This post would’ve been a cool diy-scandinavian-design-inspired-shabby-chick thing on Pinterest. It’s not. This post is mostly just me telling that last week I went to Agile42s course on becoming a SCRUM master. It was a good course and I learned a lot. My current project work close-to-agile, so I already have a good amount of practical knowledge about working agile, but it was good to get some theory as well.
Last month I did a one-week project where I put an app through usability testing. The company that hired me was very careful not to tell me a lot about the app and their system, since they wanted me to see it for the first time. That was a very wise decision on their part. While I performed the first testing, and got to know the app, I was struck with the value of this very first meeting with the system.