Archive for month: May, 2015

Dog bone approach to testing

22 May, 2015 (14:52) | Uncategorized | By: seth

We testers like our testing shapes”.   For example consider the Testing Pyramid Well then, here is my contribution.   This is the dog bone approach to testing. It is shaped like a dog bone because it is fat (more effort and resources) on both ends and skinny (less effort and resources) in the middle. […]

Lies, damn lies, and statistics – Your guide to misleading correlations.

10 May, 2015 (11:32) | Uncategorized | By: seth

We should trust data.  We certainly should trust data more than we trust the HiPPO.  But when we dive head-first into the data looking for answers when we ourselves do not know the questions, that can be risky.  After all, Goal, Question, Metric (GQM) was promoted (in that order) over 20 years ago. (here is […]