Have you ever wondered how doing puzzles can train you to become a better tester ? I did ! And you can find out what I've learned here https://bit.ly/3Y8jXGr
"The stereotype of programmers as antisocial
represents a fundamental misunderstanding of what the job is.
Programmers, but the nature of the job, need to dive into someone else's domain." That takes social skills.
Christine Lemmer-Webber (@cwebber) described ChatGPT as Mansplaining As A Service, and honestly I can’t think of a better description. A service that instantly generates vaguely plausible sounding yet totally fabricated and baseless lectures in an instant with unflagging confidence in its own correctness on any topic, without concern, regard or even awareness of the level of expertise of its audience.
I'm writing my next article with the help of ChatGPT. I use it as my assistant, asking questions about the knowledge I need, asking for advices and its "opinion" about what I wrote and how (outlines for example). I think that I 'll have to write an article about how this experiment went right after 😅
.@janetgregoryca and I are starting the new year with a new @AgileTFellow blog post as well as the new video chat and the new newsletter! https://agiletestingfellow.com/blog/post/quality-different-perspectives
A form of resilience we don't talk enough about: Building systems such that people want to stay at your company.
- Managing burnout before it becomes *burnout*
- Developing meaningful goals as part of their career growth
- Continually assessing compensation
- Understanding that efficiency is brittle. Not every day/week/month is going to be another personal best in productivity
If you're a man moving to Mastodon, consider following more women and diverse people as you start afresh. It's not about being woke, it's just a great opportunity to open your world to more views that you can learn from. Intentionally following more women on twitter transformed my understanding of the world and corrected so many ignorant assumptions I had. Just a suggestion!
Was a Tweet: I have a confession to make. As a tester I never liked measurements. But that was before #AgileTD 2022 and I explain it to you here: bit.ly/3HafbCU
Thx to @gwendiagram @MichaKutz & @Maaikees for opening my eyes on this.
Some brief notes from the Agile Testing Days ➙ https://seasidetesting.com/2022/12/01/agile-testing-days-2022/
A social place intended as a chill hangout place for software testers, developers, or just about anyone involved in delivering software and who is interested in both the technical as well as the social side of things.
sw-development-is.social is supported by the Association for Software Testing.
For more information about this instance,