Monthly Archives: July 2006

“Big names” in software testing?

Alan Page asks in his blog (“Big names” in software testing (ummm… I mean consulting)?) why there aren’t big names in software testing at companies (as opposed to consultants).  I replied with:   There are several reasons, but some of … Continue reading

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Reality Check: % of test cases automated

One of the things I like most about being a Test Architect at Microsoft is having senior tester peers to compare notes with.  Recently a tester solicited input about % of test cases to automate and here were two responses … Continue reading

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