Monthly Archives: October 2012

Maybe communication doesn’t break down well into steps.

I have a document sitting on my desktop titled, “howtofixabug.rtf.”  It’s a catchy title.  At first glance, it’s a technical document, and it could easily have become one. Instructions on how to use our internal bug tracking software, to file an issue with software. That is, strictly speaking, exactly what the document is meant to […]


This blog is going to be a place for me to post thoughts related to the field of software testing. Hopefully it grows into a place to engage with the broader community and have discussions, but we’ll take it one step at a time. It will be an organic project and we’ll see where it […]