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Episode 45 – Psychology In Testing – Ignorance

Welcome back to another Testing In The Pub where we continue the series on Psychology In Testing and talk about Ignorance.

We talk about:

  • What is ignorance and what’s it’s relationship to information?
  • What is the value of understanding ignorance?
  • Being unaware of ignorance
  • Why we can never know everything
  • The 5 orders of ignorance
  • How ignorance grows faster than knowledge
  • How when we answer one question and gain knowledge, that knowledge causes us to learn about more ignorance
  • How do we actually discover more?
    • Processes/activities
    • Investigation
    • Testing
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Testing In The Pub Episode 44 – Psychology In Testing – Information

Welcome back to another Testing In The Pub, the first of a series on Psychology In Testing, where we talk about Information. What role does information play in a software delivery team and how should you approach discovering and sharing information?

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