Help needed: Let Us Develop a Heuristic on Ethics in Software Testing!

Is “according to the requirements” the same as correct? The same as appropriate? The same as ethical? The last #StugHH Event with Tobias Geyer tried to approach an answer. Or at least tried to get us thinking. And that worked! Let’s talk about Ethics and Software Testing! Tobi presented us …

The Beauty and the Beast – Test your S/4 Conversion

Whenever you talk about testing SAP, many people will shy away as they think that is boring. How wrong they are we proved at the #StugHH panel discussion “SAP Test Tool Slam – Successful Test of the S/4 Conversion”. One could learn so much from the panelists and the discussion …

Learn by Failing Forwards?

In agile context, you might have heard of “fail fast”. Rapidly inspecting and adapting gives you the opportunity to change your mind in case the first idea was not as brilliant as thought of. But “fail forwards”? Learn by failing forwards is one of the principles of liberating structures. Liberating structures …

Scriptless Automated Testing – a Solution for Business Testers?

Looking for failures in a system requires curiosity, professional pessimism, a critical eye, attention to detail, good communication with development peers, and experience on which to base error guessing.” This sentence from the CTFL syllabus would also scare you away? It sounds so depressing. Professional pessimism. Who wants that? I …