Tag Archives: Context-Driven Testing

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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Context Driven Testing @ TestNet

Last month DEWT organized a theme evening at TestNet, who graciously provided us with a conference room (a big one!) at the Nieuwegein Business Centre. More than 150 people attended this evening. They looked and listened to James Bach who … Continue reading

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