I am joined this time by Areti Panou. Listen in to hear more about her changing role, and her experience with modern testing.
We talk a bit about Oredev, some more about devops, controversies in the principles, and a bit more about Alan’s role at Unity.
Our guest is Dave Westerveld. We talk a bit about accessibility, challenges in testing LMS software, and a lot of “modern” topics.
Follow him on twitter @offbeattesting, and his blog at https://offbeattesting.com/
Our first real episode is a quick chat with Andrew Morton. Andrew is the Dev Boss at Ministry of Testing, and can be found at @testingchef on Twitter
We spend most of this podcast trying to understand each other while we wind through conversations on Product Management, Project Management, Program Management and how they all fit into quality.
This is an introductory episode to the AB Testing sponsored 3 -or-3 (343) podcast, where we interview one of our 3 listeners by asking them 3 questions about their career, and how it /may/ relate to the things we talk about on the main podcast.
Music from https://filmmusic.io
"Werq" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Some discussion (and rants) on career maps (aka career ladders, levels, etc.) – and our experiences in how to make these fail spectacularly (and sometimes work).
it’s a mailbag show, where we talk about whether or not bugs in Windows 10 are due to a lack of a test team, and how you can apply MT principles if you’re a consultant asked to write automation.
Once again, the audio isn’t awesome, but quality debugging continues.
Good news: We have a new episode!
Bad News: I am doomed to never having another podcast without audio issues. My mic cable must have been lying across the speakerphone in the conference room, as it was picking up a massive amount of static. I was able to remove the static (you’ll thank me), but removing the noise also put my voice into a toilet bowl for the first 10 minutes of the podcast. There’s a little bit of static in the end, but shouldn’t be too annoying.
In this episode, we take a look at Testing Principles from Aaron Hodder and Luke Liu.
Steve Rowe is back (for the third time!) on AB Testing to take part in a discussion on ethics in data science.
Hope you enjoy.