Category Archives: Computers and Internet

Enjoying TiVo

I recently got a post reminding me I’ve been negligent in updating this blog. I updated LinkedIn and FaceBook. I joined TiVo at the end of June as a Test Architect working for Mary Beam whom I previously worked for … Continue reading

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Looking for new opportunities

Haven’t posted much while at Doyenz and now I’m moving on. I’m leaving Doyenz in early June and looking for new opportunities as Test Architect or very senior Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET). More at my http://www.linkedin.com/pub/keith-stobie/0/245/473 profile including resume link.

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Keith is now QA Architect at Doyenz – cloud-based disaster recovery services

I’ve changed positions from Microsoft to Quality Assurance Architect at Doyenz (http://doyenz.com) Doyenz provides flexible, cloud-based disaster recovery services, delivered through channel partners, enabling them to do more with their clients’ bits in the cloud. I will be establishing and implementing … Continue reading

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SeaSpin talk: Don’t Test Too Much

I presented at Seattle-Eastside Area Software Process Improvement Network (seaspin.org) on Oct. 5 Don’t Test Too Much [or too little] (the slides)  Nice posted comments and about 50+ people in an almost overflow room.  If you missed the talk, I will be … Continue reading

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Microsoft Geek Secrets Finally Revealed

Click here for the best of 30,000 pages of never-before-seen insight into the Redmond lifestyle.

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Search Mashup : multi-dimension Travel search

I worked with a group of people at the MASHUP DAY! A Meeting of the Minds at Microsoft! on the idea of a mutli-dimensional search for Travel planning.  You can see it being described at 5:34 into the video.    

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