Category Archives: Context-driven testing

Cooking up a lesson learned

The seventh edition of the annual peer conference of the Dutch Exploratory Workshop on Testing will be about lessons learned. The theme reminds oneself immediately of the book Lessons Learned in Software Testing. This book provides the reader with over … Continue reading

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Why I am context-driven – Joep Schuurkes

Why am I context-driven? Because it’s more fun. That’s all there is to it. Of course I could argue that becoming context-driven has made me a better tester and I do think it has. Yet it’s not the reason I … Continue reading

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I am context-driven. There is no why – Zeger Van Hese

Prologue No, dear DEWTs, I did not misunderstand the assignment. The title of this series (“Why I am context-driven”) was handed to me chiseled in stone, ten commandments-style. The Moses in me chose to rearrange the tablets. I felt that the … Continue reading

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Why I am context-driven – Ray Oei …. I think…..

This is my blog in the series “Why am I Context-driven”. In this series every member of DEWT writes a personal story on why he or she is context-driven. That is the line the contibutions have started in this series. … Continue reading

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Why I am context-driven – Philip Hoeben

This is my blog in the series “Why am I Context-driven”. In this series every member of DEWT writes a personal story on why he or she is context-driven. A natural phenomenon that appeals to me. How obvious it may seem, … Continue reading

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Why I am context-driven – Simon ‘Peter’ Schrijver

This is my blog in the series “Why am I Context-driven”. In this series every member of DEWT writes a personal story on why he or she is context-driven. Officially, I started with testing in 1997. Looking back to my … Continue reading

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Why I am context-driven – Joris Meerts

We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time. T.S Eliot – Little Gidding Any theory that can account for all … Continue reading

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Why I am context-driven – Jeanne Hofmans

This is the third blog in the series “Why am I Context-driven”. In this series every member of DEWT writes a personal story on why he or she is context-driven. After graduating from my study in Software Technology I started to … Continue reading

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Why I am context-driven – Jean-Paul Varwijk

This is the second blog in the series “Why am I Context-driven”. In this series every member of DEWT writes a personal story on why he or she is context-driven. “There are many possible answers to questions you might have … Continue reading

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Why I am context-driven – Huib Schoots

This is the first blog in the series “Why am I Context-driven”. In this serie every member of DEWT writes a personal story on why he or she is context-driven. “Because testing (and any engineering activity) is a solution to … Continue reading

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