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I'm a Software Tester and Scuba Instructor. Cool, huh?

Personal website: http://www.cken.st
Software testing blog: http://www.mytechfetish.com
Twitter: @ckenst


Jul
18
awarded  Quorum
Jul
17
comment If you could only give one book to a tester to teach them about testing, what would it be?
Is there anything in particular you like about this book?
Jul
17
comment QA in Office Setting?
This question is really vague. Sounds like you need a better understanding of the problem you are trying to solve. Use the best quality assurance tool you have: your brain!
Jul
17
revised Developers have code kata to practice skills. What test equivalents are there?
fixed grammar.
Jul
15
answered Developers have code kata to practice skills. What test equivalents are there?
Jul
10
awarded  Critic
Jul
9
answered Testing Database replication
Jul
9
accepted Are Mind Maps useful as a testing tool?
Jul
9
comment Can exploratory testing replace executing manual functional tests?
You have a good point, perhaps it's worth expanding on it a bit? Especially if the author of the question doesn't understand?
Jul
3
comment What is a good KPI for software QA?
KPIs are a great idea in testing? Really? Perhaps you should qualify your statement.
Jul
3
comment What is a good KPI for software QA?
I'm assuming KPI = Key Performance Indicators? My question is why would you want to measure efficiency? Wouldn't effectiveness be a more relevant measure?
Jun
5
comment If you could only give one book to a tester to teach them about testing, what would it be?
@BruceMcLeod good point. =)
Jun
4
comment If you could only give one book to a tester to teach them about testing, what would it be?
Instead of handing out one book to teach them about testing, you might be better off handing them a Syllabus of books that can help them expand their understanding of testing.
May
24
comment Any good references on Privacy Testing?
Protecting your own privacy is one aspect. See my updated question.
May
24
comment Are Mind Maps useful as a testing tool?
Do you use mindmaps yourself? Have you found them valuable?
May
23
comment Are Mind Maps useful as a testing tool?
Thanks I'll check it out.
May
23
comment Are Mind Maps useful as a testing tool?
Thanks for the comment Nolan. I just responded to your Google+ comment. I'd suggest tagging your blog posts to make it easier to find stuff in the future.
May
22
comment Are Mind Maps useful as a testing tool?
I've seen the first reference but it's interesting to know interest comes and gos.
May
22
asked Are Mind Maps useful as a testing tool?
May
22
revised Any good references on Privacy Testing?
embedded the html link