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Software Testing Humor and Jokes that Brighten Your Day

I love testing…and I love humor too For those who don’t know me, I'm a professional tester and I do software testing seriously and sustainable. While I’m very into serious software testing stuffs, I always try to keep a good sense of humor to make software testing more amusing. “Laughter is the only medicine, without side effects.” ― Shannon L. Alder 2 years ...

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A Quick Guide of Asking Good Questions

As a tester, we don’t just confirm things, we question things. As a tester, we don’t just follow steps by steps in test cases to verify against the expected result, we question the system to reveal something new about the system. Also, let’s take a look at definition of testing from James Bach: “Testing is the process of evaluating a product by learning ...

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Interview with Augusto Evangelisti – A True Believer in Delivering Software that Matters

Even though Augusto and I never met in person, I have known him for several years through his contributions to a Software Testing LinkedIn group. With his expertise in software testing he has helped the group of professional testers with great answers and also by questioning the questions. I’ve learned many new things from Augusto. I contacted Augusto and asked for ...

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Welcome to My First Post

Hi there, Thanks for visiting my site and reading my first post. Who I am and why I blog? I’m Thanh. I’m living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam-a crowded but charming city This is me :D I'm owner of AskTester and also a tester (you can read more about me here). I care ...

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5 Misperceptions in Software Testing

Software testing is more and more popular these days. I’ve seen people doing, talking and thinking software testing a lot. While I do value all differences in the perspectives, I observe 5 common misperceptions in software testing. These misperceptions bug me because they not only make software testing look cheap but also degrade it. Misperception #1: “Software tester means loser developer” I ...

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