Book Review of "Explore It!" Elisabeth Hendrickson's Excellent New Book on Software Testing

A review of Elisabeth Hendrickson's new book, Explore It! (spoiler alert: it's one of the very best software testing books ever written).

Book Review of "Explore It!" Elisabeth Hendrickson's Excellent New Book on Software Testing

A review of Elisabeth Hendrickson's new book, Explore It! (spoiler alert: it's one of the very best software testing books ever written).

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By Justin Hunter Jan 15, 2013
Getting Started with a Test Plan When Faced with a Combinatorial Explosion

Best practices for starting a test plan when there seem to be too many things that can possibly be tested.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Jan 2, 2013
How to Model and Test CRUD Functionality

Potential less-obvious variation ideas to include in your Create-Read-Update-Delete (CRUD) testing.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Dec 18, 2012
Justin Hunter Speaking at QAI's Annual International Software Testing Conference In Bangalore

Justin Hunter will be speaking at QAI's 12th Annual International Software Testing Conference on Dec 6th in Bangalore, India.

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By Justin Hunter Nov 22, 2012
Maximizing Software Tester Value by Letting Them Spend More Time Thinking

How letting testers spend more time thinking will improve the quality of any organization's QA efforts.

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By John Hunter Nov 11, 2012
Software Testing Carnival #1

The first installment of the new 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 Oct 31, 2012
3 Strategies to Maximize Effectiveness of Your Tests

Tips to maximize the effectiveness of any Hexawise test plan you create.

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By John Hunter Oct 25, 2012
A Faster Way to Enter Test Inputs - the "Bulk Add" Option

Use the Hexawise "Bulk Edit" option to more quickly add Parameters and Values to your plan.

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By John Hunter Oct 23, 2012
Pairwise and Combinatorial Software Testing in Agile Projects

How Combinatorial Test Design fits into an Agile workflow and why Hexawise is well suited for short sprints where quickness is a priority.

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By Justin Hunter Oct 19, 2012
Ten Reasons to Use Software Testing Checklists and Cheat Sheets

Justifications for why testing "cheat sheets" are often a valuable resource to help find more defects.

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By Justin Hunter May 3, 2012

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