Splitting Up Test Plans

Provides helpful guidance on when it might make sense to split your single Hexawise plan into multiple different plans. Benefits of doing so include more straightforward test case maintenance and the need for drastically fewer constraints.

Splitting Up Test Plans

Provides helpful guidance on when it might make sense to split your single Hexawise plan into multiple different plans. Benefits of doing so include more straightforward test case maintenance and the need for drastically fewer constraints.

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By Sean Johnson May 21, 2013
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
Lanette Creamer Provides Suggestions on Reducing Test Case Bloat

A summary of and link to Lanette Creamer's insightful presentation on reducing test case bloat on testing projects suffering from tight time constraints.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Apr 24, 2013
Software Testing Carnival #3

The third installment of the Hexawise Software Testing Carnival - a series of posts focused on sharing interesting and useful blog posts related to software testing

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By John Hunter Apr 18, 2013
Looking at the Empirical Evidence for Using Pairwise and Combinatorial Software Testing

This post addresses some comments and skeptical (in a good way) questions raised by Phil Kirkham to our recent posts: The Software Testing Community Needs More Empirical Studies.

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By Justin Hunter Mar 25, 2013
Hexawise 2.0 Preview

Explains the newest updates to Hexawise and how they will make life easier for all Hexawise users.

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By John Hunter Mar 21, 2013
Using Hexawise is One of the Highest ROI Software Development Practices in the World According to Recent Report

Hexawise is listed as a "Top 10 Software Development Tool or Practice" by software development expert Capers Jones.

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By John Hunter Mar 18, 2013
Human-Computer Cooperation

Highlights the benefits of Hexawise with respect to maximizing the benefits from the cooperation between humans and computers.

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By John Hunter Mar 12, 2013
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
Maximizing Variability Maximizes Your Ability to Find Bugs That You're Not Even Consciously Looking For

A quick writeup about how including the maximum amount of variation in each of your tests often leads to more "hidden" defects being identified.

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By Justin Hunter Feb 26, 2013

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