Good Design: the Difference Between "Bought" and "Sold"

Describes the benefits, from a sales perspective, of designing a tool focused on providing a high-quality user experience.
Good Design: the Difference Between "Bought" and "Sold"
Good Design: the Difference Between "Bought" and "Sold"

Describes the benefits, from a sales perspective, of designing a tool focused on providing a high-quality user experience.

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By John Hunter Sep 17, 2013
Which is Better, Orthogonal Array or Pairwise Software Testing?
Which is Better, Orthogonal Array or Pairwise Software Testing?

Compares and contrasts two applied statistics-based test prioritization strategies - Pairwise and Orthogonal Array Test Design.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Jun 11, 2013
But, That Won't Work Here - Actionable Advice from Conrad Fujimoto
But, That Won't Work Here - Actionable Advice from Conrad Fujimoto

Recommendations for how to bypass the all-too-common pushback of "That won't work here" when implementing modern process improvements and strategies.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter May 2, 2013
The Software Testing Community Needs More Empirical Studies
The Software Testing Community Needs More Empirical Studies

The call for more data-driven studies in Software Testing designed to determine the most effective test prioritization strategies.

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By Justin Hunter Mar 5, 2013