AB Testing – Episode 57

This time on AB Testing, we share the microphone with automation expert, Hans Buwalda. We talk with Hans a lot about his views on test design and test automation, including action-based testing (one of the other AB testing types), as well as his upcoming talks at STAR conferences.

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Hans Buwalda links and info below.

Personal web site: http://happytester.com
Business web site: http://logigear.com
Email: hans at logigear dot com

AB Testing – Episode 56

Took a while, but we’re back and ranting away. This time, we talk about the role of Test / Quality as, Accelerating the achievement of shippable quality, and, in a newly named segment called, “Alan talks about working at Unity”, Alan aswers a mailbag question about his approach to change working at Unity.

AB Testing – Episode 55

It’s the double-nickel episode of AB Testing. Included in today’s ramblings are:

  • Alan and Brent talk about graduate school, and learning in general, as well as our thoughts on Dr. Seuss’s greatest works
  • Our sponsor, Techwell, is offering a $250 discount on upcoming software training classes in Boston and Chicago using the promo code 17ABW – or go directly to https://well.tc/17ABW
  • We discuss a #mailbag question on balancing intuition with data

AB Testing – Episode 51

It’s our 2016 end-of-year extravaganza – if extravaganza means Brent and Alan randomly talking about their favorite software moments of 2016.

We also recorded our 2017 predictions…but audio went haywire, so we’ll have to wait for a re-hash of that topic in early 2017.

Notes!

Blogs:

http://andrewgelman.com/
http://dataminingblog.com

Blog Posts:

https://knowledgetester.org/2016/09/20/generalist-specialist-t-and-pi-shaped-testers/
http://www.dataminingblog.com/the-5-most-common-data-relationships-shown-through-visualization/

Podcasts:

– 99% invisible
– TED Radio Hour