It’s time for episode 7 of our software testing podcast. In this episode we talk about the idea of ‘schools of testing’ and compare and contrast approaches such as those from the ISTQB and context-driven communities.
Episode 6 of our software testing podcast is here. This time we have the second part of our interview with Amy Phillips. It’s all about Continuous Delivery and how testing fits in with Continuous Delivery. This is part two of a two part interview so if you haven’t listened to part one then it’s a good idea to do so first. Part 1 is here.
Episode 5 of our software testing podcast is here. This time we have an interview for you, with Amy Phillips. It’s all about Continuous Delivery and how testing fits in with Continuous Delivery. This is part one of a two part interview and we’ll be publishing the second part next week.
Episode 4 of our software testing podcast is here. In this episode we talk about what it takes to be a valuable and valued team member, and how to go about establishing yourself as a tester in an Agile team. And, being British, we also talk about tea a bit 🙂
You can download it directly from here or subscribe from iTunes. We’re working on our RSS feed so you should shortly also be able to subscribe via other platforms as well.
In this podcast we talk more about psychology in testing. Understanding how users think, and how the human brain works is becoming a key skill for software testers. Ever wondered what the difference between tacit and explicit knowledge is, or how lateral and critical thinking differ? Why not download the podcast here or on iTunes, and find out more.
The Main Topics Cover:
- Lateral Thinking VS Critical Thinking
- Tacit VS Explicit Knowledge
- Influence Skills
- Unintentional Blindness
- Key Skills for Testers
- Communication and Questioning
Testing in the Pub is now available from iTunes. You can get it via this link: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/testing-in-the-pub/id813838299 or search for “Testing In the Pub” directly in the app.
Happy listening 🙂