TDD Prototype Game Progress and other QA Thoughts.

Well, I’m doing a course on edx.org  to do with learning Python (MITx: 6.00x Introduction to Computer Science and Programming) and over the weekend was the midterm exam. I managed to get a 78% which isn’t that bad considering I had to squeeze it in between family life and work. There are a few concepts that…

Still Here in the QA World.

Wow Just to let you all know that I’m enjoying my job as a ‘QA Engineer’ and I’m learning a lot every day. People and the work environment are great and all is good.  

Life is good for 2012 – What I’ve been up to so far.

This is just going to be an update to what I’ve been doing so far and why my blog has been a bit quiet. I will get back on the testing side of things. And relax… I’ve got myself a new job. It’s an exciting time as my new title will be QA Engineer. Finally…

Asking Questions as a tester – Analysis Paralysis

Well I was mentally thinking about my Batman article and in true fashion – I failed at the first hurdle. Let’s look at a quick glance why. The question was ‘Would Batman make a good Software Tester’. If as testers, we are supposed to ask questions, then surely the first question should be, ‘Which Batman…

Welcome to the Test Matrix and Merry Christmas

I know ‘Test’ Fu – Neo Show me – Morpheus  Merry Christmas, The presents have been opened and the dinner has been eaten and now I’ve got the post turkey slump; it’s all good though as my son had tons of presents to keep him busy. He’s fast asleep though as the excitement has got…