I'm working on a list of good testing blogs. Here's a list in progress. alister scott - watirmelon bret pettichord http://www.pettichord.com/ http://www.io.com/~wazmo/blog/ http://www.watircraft.com/ danny faught - http://www.tejasconsulting.com/ james bach - http://www.satisfice.com/ cem kaner - http://www.kaner.com/ randy rice - http://www.riceconsulting.com/ http://randallrice.blogspot.com / anne-marie charrett - http://www.blog.testingtimes.com.au/ grig gheorghiu - http://agiletesting.blogspot.com Michael Bolton - http://www.developsense.com/ Elisabeth Hendrickson … Continue reading Testing blogs
I think I linked to this once before, but I'll do it again. Celerity is a tool based on HTMLUnit that uses JRuby and a WATIR-like API. Very interesting, can't wait to try it out.
I set up a new blog over at http://www.sqablogs.com/fijiaaron/. I really need to reign my web presence in and get organized. And that probably means getting my website fixed up. I'm going to go for a simplification and consulting centric, with a blog. I'm interested in joining the community over at sqablogs.com and sqaforums.com with … Continue reading Blog mulitplication
I've been following the discussions between Joel Spolsky and Jeff Atwood about a new Q&A site they're putting together, Stack Overflow. I signed up for the beta and poked around. I posted my first question yesterday, a real question that I didn't know the answer to, that was relevant to my work. I'm trying to … Continue reading Stackoverflow rocks
Here's a continuation of my correspondence. I post it here for my own benefit more than anyone else. If wordpress is paying for my hard disk space, I'll use it, and nevermind the voyeurs. Maybe it'll spark someone's interest. I should probably edit this and put it on the one shore site as my business … Continue reading My business idea
I thought I'd post what I've written recently to a guy who's agreed to help me out with advice on starting my own businesses. So directly from my writing to him.... Here's my story: A few years ago I was making around 50K as an SDET working for a telecom and training my replacements from … Continue reading My Story
http://belaus.com.au/2008/03/07/redmine/ The nitty gritty: Requirements / Use Cases versioned documents tied to releases document diff Generate Word / RTF / PDF auto generate "requirements for release" description of what's deployed in different environments (qa/uat/prod) and from the comments ability to decompose a requirement into parts assign parts of a requirement to different iterations / releases … Continue reading Excellent feature requests for open source requirement management tool