Manual testing

The lazy methodology, part II

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As it turns out, there is a second part to the Lazy Methodology. As well as finding bugs as a result of programmer laziness, you can also find bugs as a result of tester laziness.   It’s pretty simple, way simpler than Part I. You just have to look through the list of current or […]

Manual testing

The lazy methodology

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Hi again all, welcome once more to a wonderful journey into the world of testing. Or, as we in the industry like to call it, “Testopia”.   Today I shall introduce to you what I call the “Lazy methodology”. The irony of this name is that it actually requires some thinking power to use it, […]

Manual testing

Testing philosophy

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To start with, I thought I’d explain a testing methodology that I have been using for my entire testing career (must be about 7 or 8 months now which is almost long enough to have a baby so that’s a long time alright?).   This style of testing is kind of like catching a bear. […]