Archive for September, 2010

Developer and Tester – Can we make them work together?

Posted: September 13, 2010 by Vipul Gupta in Agile, Testing, Webinar

In the past we were always taught that developers and testers often are the two opposite poles of a product team; they are two different entities that should only collaborate in the form of bug reports and the tester should verify each functionality based on the requirements that are documented.

Today, when I relook at that separation, it sounds dangerous. But it has been the case in many organizations even lately. As it has been sometime since we started working on a platform that will help bridge this gap between developer and tester, I thought of sharing the idea in a webinar and how developer and tester can work more closely without any communication overhead. The webinar is scheduled on 17th Sep, 2010 at 10:00 AM PST. This webinar should give a fair idea on how you can develop your own solution that can bring both the teams together and make them work to achieve organization goals.

Register for this webinar at http://www.impetus.com/webinar?eventid=26

The Motive for Metaphor – A blog by Michael Bolton

Posted: September 5, 2010 by Vipul Gupta in Testing

The Motive for Metaphor – http://www.developsense.com/blog/2010/09/the-motive-for-metaphor/comment-page-1/#comment-2268 A very nice post by Michael Bolton, will definitely help you to get the answers to various questions/definitions that confuse you in the testing world. A must read for all test enthusiasts!